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Re: The << command on a Mac???

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  • Subject: [mg5575] Re: The << command on a Mac???
  • From: george at ( George Jefferson )
  • Date: Fri, 27 Dec 1996 01:58:54 -0500
  • Organization: Mechanical Engineering
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

:> I want to use the Get (<<) command on a Mac with Mathematica 2.2.2.
:> It works if my files are in the Mathematica's directory. But if 
:> they aren't, I don't know how to get them. 
:> On Unix I use this command:
:>   <<../directory/
:You should remember that on the Mac OS the "/" separator between
:directories is ":". Use e.g.

*I* shouldn't have to remeber that.  The mac front end should
automatically convert.. / to :.  Actually I'd expect there
to be some way to acomplish that...

Related..I'm running a mac front end connected to a unix kernel.
The file operators "<<" refer to files on the kernel machine
(usually what I want).  How do you refer to a file on the
front end machine?

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