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01/27/00 3:29pm

One of my longer notebooks - one with many plots - just got corrupted somehow. Mathematica's helpfully suggested ''go find the error yourself, then save & restart''. But I couldn't clearly locate the error (the cursor appeared inside a huge postscript image), & when I saved I accidentally converted it to a notebook of the notebook text. Argh.
I'm willing to regenerate my plots. I just want some convenient way -- eg, some script which will strip out useless information (Cell headers, formatting, images, etc) -- to get back the code & text that's now scattered through a huge file.

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Recovering from corrupt files ROS 01/27/00 3:29pm
Re: Recovering from corrupt files P.J. Hinton 01/29/00 06:24am
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