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Michael
01/11/13 9:29pm

In Response To 'Re: Checking dynamically updated variable'
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Could you clarify with an example?

In my view, variables are not dynamic per se, only output expressions are dynamic. Such expressions can update (change) a variable, such as an InputField, SetterBar, etc. Or they can change their output when a tracked variable changes its value.

You can probably do what you want with compiled functions. For example:

f = Compile[{{x}}, x^2,];
Dynamic[f[x]]

Slider[Dynamic[x], {0, 4}]

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Checking dynamically updated variable PhysicsGuy 01/08/13 10:18pm
Re: Checking dynamically updated variable Michael 01/09/13 3:47pm
Re: Re: Checking dynamically updated variable PhysicsGuy 01/09/13 9:05pm
Re: Checking dynamically updated variable PhysicsGuy 01/09/13 11:55pm
Re: Re: Checking dynamically updated variable Michael 01/10/13 4:15pm
Re: Checking dynamically updated variable PhysicsGuy 01/10/13 7:29pm
Re: Re: Checking dynamically updated variable Michael 01/11/13 9:29pm
Re: Re: Re: Checking dynamically updated variable PhysicsGuy 01/12/13 8:18pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Checking dynamically updated va... Michael 01/13/13 9:41pm
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