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Re: Using Get in a Module

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  • Subject: [mg64234] Re: Using Get in a Module
  • From: "Stu Schaffner" <arglebargle at>
  • Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 03:36:07 -0500 (EST)
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Actually,  Global`x does work.  I thought I had cleared the kernel 
adequately, but apparently not.  So, this is a workaround.  It appears that 
Get generates a temporary global context for processing input, independent 
of the current context. I can live with this, I guess.  Sorry if I caused 
anybody any unnecessary work.

Stu Schaffner

"Stu Schaffner" <arglebargle at> wrote in message 
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>I am returning to Mathematica 5.2 after a hiatus, and have a few questions.
> package function that contained the Get.  I played a bit with defining 
> local
> symbols with the same name and by using Global`x in the package function,
> but none of this helped.
<snip>  >
> Stu Schaffner
> my real address is my nickname followed by the first three letters of my
> last name (all one word) at

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