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comment Calling dynamic functions multiple times
I thought that there must be an easy answer but I never thought it would be that easy :-) Thank you. Yes it seems to have worked!
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revised Calling dynamic functions multiple times
I have added code for an example
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comment Calling dynamic functions multiple times
Here is my code. It calls other functions which can be ignored. If you evaluate it and then type Example twice and change the pile dia in the pop up menu you will see it changes it in the first call to the function as well.
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asked Calling dynamic functions multiple times
Mar
12
answered Suppress connection to Wolfram|Alpha when making unit conversions
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answered Simpler input for the new unit support
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comment Syntax colouring when using Symbolize
Yes Szabolcs, I do. Sorry, I should be more precise.
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revised Syntax colouring when using Symbolize
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comment Syntax colouring when using Symbolize
Thank you halirutan for the Link. Hopefully it will now work.
Dec
17
revised Syntax colouring when using Symbolize
Thank you halirutan for the link. Hopefully this will work.
Dec
17
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Dec
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comment Syntax colouring when using Symbolize
My apologies halirutan I wanted to paste in code but it closed the comment when I hit the return key. I have now done so in the question
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revised Syntax colouring when using Symbolize
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comment Syntax colouring when using Symbolize
Here is a toy example.
Dec
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asked Syntax colouring when using Symbolize
Dec
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comment Use of own unit abbreviations
Albert. The simple solution that you have put forward is what I would have expected to work. Unfortunately, it does not seem to work very often and I, more often than not, get the "Unable to interpret unit specification" message when using UnitConvert. At the moment I am continuing to use AutomaticUnits which seems far more robust, but would prefer to use a core Mathematica system rather than a separate package if possible, in order to future proof the notebooks I am creating now. Perhaps I am just missing something or have misunderstood the documentation.
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Dec
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answered Simpler input for the new unit support
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