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Want actual cell data from CellEvaluationFunction
Let's say I print a cell like so.
CellPrint@Cell[ BoxData[" "], "Input", Evaluatable -> True, CellEvaluationFunction -> Function[Print[#];] ]
Now I ...
Aug 1 '13 at 17:59
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