Re: Names for definitions in the current window/notebook?
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- Subject: [mg28872] Re: Names for definitions in the current window/notebook?
- From: Louis Theran <theran at cs.umass.edu>
- Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 03:28:19 -0400 (EDT)
- Organization: University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de> writes: > you can export the notebook as TeX to get "EPS" figures from > the graphics cells. I don't need or want to do this. > But you question is not clear. I want to export everything I define with a line like: FigureBlahBlahBlah = SomethingThatGeneratesGraphics into an EPS file called FigureBlahBlahBlah.EPS. There's nothing magical about the prefix "Figure"; it's just a convention I use, since the postscript files end up as figures in hand-typed LaTeX documents. Note that the code Export[#<>".EPS", ToExpression[#], "EPS"] & /@ Names["Figure*"] does this _almost_ correctly. Why only almost? From the unclear question: > > But I can't figure out how to access the list of definitions in the > > current notebook. In the code above, the anonymous function will get mapped over any symbol in the system that happens to start with "Figure" (right?). I'm only interested in definitions that appear explicity in the current window. This isn't a show-stopper, just a minor annoyance. ^L