Re: Evaluating a Notebook down to a selected point (without mousing)?
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- Subject: [mg21885] Re: [mg21852] Evaluating a Notebook down to a selected point (without mousing)?
- From: "Carlos Castellanos" <caicaly at hotmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2000 22:54:41 -0500 (EST)
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This is an indirect method... You can set the Cell Property Initialization Cell to each cell you want to be evaluated and each time you reenter a new data you may quit the Kernell and re-evaluate any cell. Mathematica will ask you is you want to evaluate such initialization cells... Carlos Castellanos DR ----- Original Message ----- From: "A. E. Siegman" <siegman at stanford.edu> To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net Subject: [mg21885] [mg21852] Evaluating a Notebook down to a selected point (without mousing)? > Reposting a query I posted once before, since I never got a useful answer: > > You can evaluate an entire notebook, no matter where the insertion point > currently is in the notebook, with two keystrokes: ctrl-A, Enter (plus > maybe an initial arrow key to get you out of the current cell). > > But suppose you're editing down through a long notebook; have just edited > a cell somewhere in the middle; and want to evaluate the notebook starting > from the beginning down to and including that cell. Is there an > equivalent two (or three) keystroke, no mouse, no scrolling way to do > this? > > Alternatively, is there an all-purpose "Stop" or "Abort" cell you can put > in right after the cell you've just edited, so that execution stops there > and control returns to the keyboard? > > Email cc of replies to siegman at stanford.edu appreciated. > >