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Problem in downloading “ToMatLab” package [duplicate]

Iam trying to download "ToMatLab" Package from http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/MathSource/577/ but it is showing me an error message by showing a big question mark and "File could not be ...
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Is there a way to revert to the built-in function after overwritting it using Unprotect

When using Unprotect, we can overwrite a functions definition: Unprotect[Sqrt] Sqrt[x_]="blahblah" Protect[Sqrt] Once this is done, can we revert to the built-in ...
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1answer
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How to sort the functions in a Package?

Once a Package like abc` has been installed, we can use "?abc`*" to scan all the functions defined in this Package. Now I ...
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1answer
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How I can define a new function as a function argument?

I need to pass a function with t as independent variable as a function parameter and want to create a new function of the same through this provided the argument of another function. Here is my code. ...
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1answer
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Getting “Null” output from package?

I have a script written to test a package as follows: ...
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How to protect functions in a Mathematica Package?

I'm writing a Mathematica Package with many functions, but only two can be seen/public. I have: ...
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1answer
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Why is a function I defined in a package not visible when I load the package? [duplicate]

I made a package containing some functions in the following way. ...
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0answers
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CDF with numerous independent manipulate objects

I have been working on my senior project that involves the creation of a CDF with multiple Manipulateexpressions. I need to protect my code so I have been trying to ...
10
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1answer
363 views

user defined functions, how to save them for future use?

I need certain user defined functions over and over. I was wondering how can I define and where and how to save them such that each time I start a notebook, these functions are available and need not ...
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How to load a package without naming conflicts?

This question applies to any package, but I encountered this problem while working with graphs. There are symbols in the Combinatorica package (such as ...