Re: NotebookGet/Read/EvaluateSelection Issues
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- Subject: [mg106741] Re: NotebookGet/Read/EvaluateSelection Issues
- From: Paul <pkshreeman at gmail.com>
- Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2010 05:39:13 -0500 (EST)
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On Jan 21, 6:33 am, Yves Klett <yves.kl... at googlemail.com> wrote: > Hi, > > packages (.m) might be very useful in your case. Since Version 6 > .m-files are handled nicely in the fronted. There is no end of threads > covering the use of packages. > > Regards, > Yves > > Paul schrieb: > > > > > My fellow Mathematica'ians... > > > I am having difficult time figuring out whether it's my programming or > > the bugs:... I have first notebook called xy.nb that simply has > > > y=x+3 > > > and then I have another notebook that has the following: > > > test=NotebookOpen[xy.nb]; > > NotebookRead[test]; > > x=7; > > SelectionMove[test,All,Notebook]; (*Seems I have to force selection= , > > even though there's only one cell in the entire notebook xy.nb?*) > > SelectionEvaluate[test]; > > Print["y equals to ",y] > > > Naturally, I'd expect the output to read, "y equals to 10" but the > > output is "y equals to y"...the variable "y" remains unevaluated or > > unassigned. If I re-evaluate the y (either redoing the whole thing > > with kernel still running, or manually calling variable "y" by typing > > in frontend, "y" and hitting shift-enter. > > > This is simple example of my project, I wanted to develop a modular- > > style programming instead of really long single notebook to do my > > Dissertation work..and be able to call certain functions in separate > > notebooks (optional mathematical calculations, for instance)..and keep > > all global variables intact to be used in all calculations (AND be > > immediately usable once evaluated!). Right now, I can't call xy.nb t= o > > do calculations, and take the value of "y" to do another type of > > calcuation since the value of "y" remains unassigned. > > > Thank you! Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately, the creation of the package doesn't help either. I use Mathematica 5...and I have tried using DumpSolve, Put/Get files, etc...the problem is that the notebook that I "call" has complex functions, including IF statements, Loops, etc...and the package (m.) doesn't seem to be able to generate correct IF statements. What I needed is the ability to call up on named notebook (file/package/whatever) that can do this full calculations (including the necessary logistics) then immeditately give me the solution to apply immeditately. The NotebookGet/EvaluateSelected only works if I complete the sequence and then manually type in request for the solution...for instance if I type "Print["Y equals to", y] manually after I completed the call evaluation cell, the results are correct. I need it to be automatic.