Lets say I have a file named
test.m containing some functions.
test[arg1_, arg2_] := ( Print[arg1]; Print[arg2]; ) test3[arg1_, arg2_] := ( Print[arg1]; Print[arg2]; )
What would be a good way to generate a list of butons that would allow you to invoke the functions easily? For example.
The tricky part here (and is mainly why I am asking this question) is calling the functions, which will have several different argument types? I had thought about using an
InputField with a
MessageDialog, but I would bet there is better way to incorporate Mathematica's features.
ClearAll[loadFile]; loadFile[path_String?FileExistsQ] := DeleteCases[ToExpression[ FromCharacterCode[BinaryReadList[path]] , InputForm, HoldComplete], Null]; x = ReleaseHold[ loadFile["test.m"] /. HoldPattern[sym_[args__] := eval_] :> Button[sym, eval] ]; x[] = List; x