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Re: A new FrontEnd


> On 12/09/2012 08:03, Mikhail Cherkasskii wrote:
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> >> On 08/09/2012 08:10, Mikhail Cherkasskii wrote:
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> >>     The document based interface is useful, but when there are more then
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> >> 30 variables in your notebook, some of them is in a RAM, some aren't...
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> >> I prefer to have an extra tool for variable control.
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> >> Can you give an example of what you mean by this?
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> >> David Bailey
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> >> http://www.dbaileyconsultancy.co.uk
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> > For example, I'd like to have a window with variables list, that are in Global` or another context. It can be an auto-update table with columns, that display variable names,  variable values and so on
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> The thing is, you can build a thing like that if you really want it, but
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> it might not be that useful, because the values of variables are often
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> very large objects, and there are many contexts associated with
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> packages, etc.
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> To get a list of variables in the Global` context, type:
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> ?Global`*
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> David Bailey
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> http://www.dbaileyconsultancy.co.uk

Yes, I know this. So my offer was to make USEFUL variable list. I can compare a different programs for numerical calculation with Mathematica. Other programs have such tool, and the tool is useful



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