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Re: A very simple question on including notebooks into other notebooks.


Madhusudan ,
You may find that the function Save (see Help browser) is what you need.
For more complicated storage definitions should be made into a Package.
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"Madhusudan Singh" <chhabra at eecs.umich.edu> wrote in message
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> A very basic question:
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>
> I have a Mathematica notebook with constants and expressions I often use
> in my calculations. I have tried to include it by :
> <<"useful.nb";
>
>
> I noticed one thing : The constants defined in useful.nb are not made
> available to the current notebook unless useful.nb has been opened and
> run once. This might be some kind of default behaviour but I find it
> very unsatisfactory. Suggestions ? I want to use this file just as a .h
> file in a C++ program.
>
> Thanks,
> Madhusudan Singh.
>
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