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Nan
05/24/06 01:49am

I want to write a report using "slide show" of Mathematica. for example: I write

Plot[Sin[x],{x,0,Pi}];
and following this command, mathematica generates a figure of sine.

but when giving the representation, I don't want the audience to see the source code (the "Plot" command above). How can I hide the source code and only show the result figures to the audience?

Of course, It is easy to delete the command line after the figure is generated. but that is not what I want. I hope I can edit the command line whenever I want.

Thanks.



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Re: Slide show - hide the source code yehuda ben-s... 05/24/06 12:46pm
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