ClearAll ?? or what
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- Subject: [mg102746] ClearAll ?? or what
- From: "noslowski" <noslowski at comcast.net>
- Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 07:41:44 -0400 (EDT)
Is there a command that will remove all variables, custom functions,
equations and so on?
I have tried every one that I can find including ClearAll [ " Global ' * "
], and so on.
When I bring up the text book that I writing, I always end up with problems
because I forgot to clear something out. My book is interactive. It would
be nice to have a command that would clear everything out when I bring up my
book each time. There use to be a command in Fortran that did this, but I
cannot find one in Mathematica.
I do have Dynamic Evaluation tuned off.
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