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Re: Variable Listing?

  • To: mathgroup at christensen.cybernetics.net
  • Subject: [mg1023] Re: Variable Listing?
  • From: glgesm at engr.psu.edu (Gary L. Gray)
  • Date: Fri, 12 May 1995 02:45:17 -0400
  • Organization: Penn State University--Engineering Science & Mechanics

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In article <3o9n01$b92 at news0.cybernetics.net>, deslover at ssec.wisc.edu
(Daniel DeSlover) wrote:

> Is there a way in Mma to view all variables that have been
> defined during a current session?  For example, in Matlab
> I can use the "whos" command to get this display:
> 
> 
> >> whos
>               Name        Size       Elements     Bytes    Density   Complex
> 
>              bvolt     953 by 1           953      7624       Full      No 
>              calib     431 by 5          2155     17240       Full      No 
>           datedata       1 by 3             3        24       Full      No 
>                day       1 by 1             1         8       Full      No 
>               mass     953 by 1           953      7624       Full      No 
>              massc     431 by 1           431      3448       Full      No 
>              month       1 by 1             1         8       Full      No 
>             newday       1 by 1             1         8       Full      No 
>              nvolt     953 by 1           953      7624       Full      No 
>             nvoltc     431 by 1           431      3448       Full      No 
>           nvoltfit       1 by 953         953      7624       Full      No 
>          opt_depth     953 by 1           953     15248       Full      Yes
>            sundata     953 by 5          4765     38120       Full      No 
> 
> Such a command in Mma would be nice if it doesn't exist.
> 
> dan
> deslover at vil.ssec.wisc.edu

I think you can just say:

     ?Global`*

and you will get all variables defined in the current session.

Best regards,
-- 
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