Re: Shared variables between notebooks?
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- Subject: [mg46812] Re: Shared variables between notebooks?
- From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
- Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 04:30:57 -0500 (EST)
- Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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Hi, als long as you use the same Kernel for all you notebooks you must share the definition because you running FrontEnd send all you to the same Kernel. You can open different contexts in you notebooks to minimize the interferences or you run more than a single kernel. Get will in some sense do what #include in C/C++ does. But you are running a interpreter and noy a compiler. Regards Jens Neal Richter wrote: > > Hello, > I'm using Mathematica 4.1 for Linux and am noticing some odd > behavior. > > 1) It appears that when I have multiple notebooks open, the variables > and functions are 'shared'.. ie they have global scope. Can I change > this? > > 2) Is there a "#include" type command in mathematica? I'd like to be > able to have a notebook with common functions I use, and include it in > other notebooks where use the functions. > > As you can tell I'm a C/C++ programmer. Has anyone on the list used > the Mathematica->C++ code generator? Opinions? > > Thanks! > > Neal Richter