Re: Evaluate code fragment without making new cell for it?
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- Subject: [mg127182] Re: Evaluate code fragment without making new cell for it?
- From: "Nasser M. Abbasi" <nma at 12000.org>
- Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 03:33:58 -0400 (EDT)
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On 7/3/2012 2:48 AM, Nasser M. Abbasi wrote: > But I use Manipulate alot, and you can't split Manipulate > into cells. > I forgot to add other cases where I was not able to split things into different cell. This is when I use a Module. It has to be in all in one cell on its own. Also a Block. Actually it seems anything that starts with a [ and ends with a ] can not be broken into different cells. Also can't break a list into different cells. That all seems logical to me. So if one has a large Module, then to evaluate a code fragment that sits in the body of the Module, one needs to copy it out into its own cell to do that. Not a big deal, I do that alot, but I thought it would have been easier if I could just select that code by the mouse and evaluate it as if it was on its own cell without having to physically copy the code to a new cell. Many replied to me to suggest the use of Ctrl+Shift+Enter which is the same as EVALUATION-IN-PLACE option from the menu. This is not the same as what I wanted. From the replies I got so far, this seems like it was not a very good feature to incorporate into Mathematica fronted. Therefore, I would like to officially request the withdrawal of this feature request. thanks, --Nasser