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Deleting more subtle then Clear[ ] ?

  • Subject: [mg2234] Deleting more subtle then Clear[ ] ?
  • From: alfred at
  • Date: Wed, 18 Oct 1995 05:53:14 GMT
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	Let's assume we have a function f[x,y,z] where x and y are VERY big or  
time consuming lists of numbers or functions.
	By defining f[x_,y_,z_]:= f[x,y,z] =   I make MMA remember what it did.  
How can I now tell it to disremember for all f[x,*,*] when I specifically want  
it to reprocess whatever is dependend on x (i.e. the contents of the file has  
changed but the name is the same) but NOT on y?

Thanks for help

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Tel/43/1/531311967 Fax/5337341   assumption that you can leave the game."

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