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Re: Insert a Mathematica-Notebook

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  • Subject: [mg80871] Re: Insert a Mathematica-Notebook
  • From: Szabolcs <szhorvat at>
  • Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2007 06:36:42 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: University of Bergen
  • References: <fbj36l$nne$>

Cetin Haftaoglu wrote:
> <<Walpole.nb
> A very large output was generated. Here is a sample of it:
> Notebook[{Cell[CellGroupData[{Cell[WALPOLE=B4s algebra of 4-th order
> tensors,Title],=863=87,Cell[CellGroupData[=861=87,Open]]},Open]],Cell[CellGroupData[
> {Cell[Save same Definitions in a
> Dump-File,Subtitle,=861=87,FontWeight=AEBold,Background=AERGBColor[0,1,0]],=86487},=864=87] ]},=866=87]
> But the notebook wasn't evaluated.
> Have I done a mistake or is this kind of inserting no more possible?

This does not work for me with Mathematica 5.2.

But you may find the following useful:

Make the cells in Walpole.nb initialisation cells, and save the 
notebook.  You will get a prompt asking whether to create an auto-save 
package.  Choose Yes.  Now Mathematica will create a Walpole.m file 
which contains the definitions from the initialisation cells in 
Walpole.nb and is automatically updated whenever the notebook is saved.


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