RE: Re: Is there a FAQ? (Clear all)
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- Subject: [mg18810] RE: [mg18766] Re: Is there a FAQ? (Clear all)
- From: "Ersek, Ted R" <ErsekTR at navair.navy.mil>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 08:19:27 -0400
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
Several people recommended the use of CleanSlate to get rid of all
previous work, and for many applications this works very well. If you like
CleanSlate you might like my variation (CleanSlate2) defined below. The
built-in CleanSlate prints out a few cells even if you end (CleanSlate)
with a semi-colon. CleanSlate2 evaluates CleanSlate but makes no extra
cells. If you like you can make a button with
However, keep in mind that CleanSlate will only undo things you did after
loading the package. For this reason you might like to put
in your (init.m) file.
Below I use (CleanSlate2) to erase work I did. However as I demonstrate
below changes made to ($ddddd) symbols and changes to the attributes of
built in functions aren't reset to the original values!
Above we see CleanSlate removed definitions for (f, x) but (Log) still isn't
Listable and we still have ($MinPrecision=-23).
For a long time I wished CleanSlate would reset EVERYTHING. Recently I
discovered the menu selection (Quit Kernel). Using the menu selection
EVERYTHING is reset.
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