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Re: Creating a hybrid cell

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  • Subject: [mg109165] Re: Creating a hybrid cell
  • From: Geico Caveman <spammers-go-here at spam.invalid>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 23:13:03 -0400 (EDT)
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On 2010-04-07 04:24:40 -0700, Jason Alexander <jalex at> said:

> A better solution would be the following: create a text cell and enter
> something like "Previously we calculated the value of X1 to be ", then
> insert an inline cell (ctrl+9, I believe). In the inline cell, enter
> "Dynamic[X1]", select and evaluate in place.
> The inline cell, although it appears inside of a text cell, will
> automatically update to reflect the current value of X1. The previous
> solution only captures the value of X1 at the time of evaluation.
> Jason

That is what I ultimately did. Thanks.

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