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May
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asked How to make a code line dynamic in a Module?
Apr
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revised How to display data in a Dynamic Pane?
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revised How to display data in a Dynamic Pane?
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Apr
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comment How to display data in a Dynamic Pane?
I put the peaces together. . .See my update for a question.
Apr
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comment How to display data in a Dynamic Pane?
No. . .A second column should be inside one and the same Pane. . .Data from a second source. . A List or Range. . Or if you asked me what i am trying to do, actually the second source will be a Read form an external file. Displaying the records of that file chunk after chunk.
Apr
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comment How to display data in a Dynamic Pane?
That's rigth. . .I like your solution. . .In addition to this I want more then one column inside the pane. . .From a different source, say from another Range.
Apr
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comment How to display data in a Dynamic Pane?
Yes. . .Thats the point. . .How can you place one more column inside the pane?. . .To the right of the data column already existing.
Apr
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asked How to display data in a Dynamic Pane?
Apr
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answered How to program a F::argx message?
Apr
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asked How to program a F::argx message?
Apr
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comment Could a package be composed of references?
OK. . I see. . .Now we can show what's in myPackage, . . .?"myPackage`*". . .And we can show what's in the folder of myPackage, . . .FileNames[]. . .Can we show which of the defined functions is in which package?
Apr
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comment Could a package be composed of references?
OK. . I see. . .Now we can show whats in myPackage,
Apr
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comment Could a package be composed of references?
OK. . .You are right. . .What is the possible use of not including function0 in common.m?
Apr
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comment Could a package be composed of references?
I appreciate your effords. . .The result so far when calling from a notebook: SetDirectory["F:\\LargeDataSet\\Programme\\myPackage"]; NotebookDirectory[] "F:\\LargeDataSet\\Programme\\" . . .Needs["myPackage´"]; Get::noopen: "Cannot open myPackage´" Needs::nocont: "Context myPackage´ was not created when Needs was evaluated." . . . Note I used the "´" instead of "`" just to bring it inside this example here.
Apr
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comment Should Read[] not close its Stream?
No doubts. . .Where I point to here is using Read to read one element of a file not a stream. . .Even the fact that Read is not intendet to read from a file, it does it. . .And it does it correct. And while doing so it opens a stream. . .My impression is it should at least give a hint you are doing something wrong. . .Or close that opened stream after reading.
Apr
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asked Should Read[] not close its Stream?
Apr
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comment Could a package be composed of references?
Istvan, could you please try to give a complete simple working example encluding the last step where we call one of the defined functions?
Apr
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Apr
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comment Could a package be composed of references?
Do you have some more information?. . .I tried with a masterPackage containing the usage messages. . . And a f1Package and a f2Package containing the definitions of two functions. . .I can not reach the functions in f1package and f2Packege from a notebook where the masterPackage is loaded. . .All are in the same directory. . .No error is displayed. . .f11[1, 2] just respons with f11[1, 2].