Deleting more subtle then Clear[ ] ?
- Subject: [mg2234] Deleting more subtle then Clear[ ] ?
- From: alfred at ca-risc.co.at
- Date: Wed, 18 Oct 1995 05:53:14 GMT
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Let's assume we have a function f[x,y,z] where x and y are VERY big or
time consuming lists of numbers or functions.
By defining f[x_,y_,z_]:= f[x,y,z] = I make MMA remember what it did.
How can I now tell it to disremember for all f[x,*,*] when I specifically want
it to reprocess whatever is dependend on x (i.e. the contents of the file has
changed but the name is the same) but NOT on y?
Thanks for help
Alfred H. Corrodi "Capitalism is based on the assumption
Risk Manager that you can win the game. Communism
Creditanstalt-Bankverein is based on the assumption that you can
alfred at ca-risc.co.at (NeXT) break even. Mysticism is based on the
Tel/43/1/531311967 Fax/5337341 assumption that you can leave the game."
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