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Display[ ] renewed?

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  • Subject: [mg90378] Display[ ] renewed?
  • From: AES <siegman at>
  • Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 02:23:36 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Stanford University

I'd like to ask what if any ways are available in addition to Print[] to 
make a sequence of tested and functioning notebook Input cells produce 
exactly the same sequence of displayed Output cells when these Input 
cells are merged and wrapped into a Do[] loop?

I'm supposing the straightforward answer is, ''Make the last expression 
in each of these individual Input cells be a 'Print[---];' statement 
that produces the desired output''; but I'm asking if there are other 

[If you want a more specific query, suppose I've coded and tested a set 
of compound expressions -- let's call them cell1, cell2, etc., since 
each one of them is located by itself in a separate notebook cell.  Each 
such cell, when evaluated by itself, produces and displays in an output 
cell a graphic, or a Table, or some other visible output that I'm happy 
with.  These cells may depend on a common global variable and some fixed 
global parameters, but are independent enough of each other that if they 
are arranged in any order in a notebook and executed, each cell produces 
the same output as in any other sequence.  What further coding is 
required to merge these Input cells into a single compound expression 
and wrap this expression in a Do[ ] loop so that each execution of the 
loop produces the same set of *separate* Output cells as if the initial 
Input cells.]

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