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For example, I import several files with the following lines:

<< (NotebookDirectory[] <> "/psoPackage/psoGenericFunctions.m");
<< (NotebookDirectory[] <> "/psoPackage/calculateVelNiches.m");
<< (NotebookDirectory[] <> 
   "/objectiveFunctions/objective functions.m");
<< (NotebookDirectory[] <> "/psoPackage/bifurcationMainFunctions.m");
<< (NotebookDirectory[] <> "/objectiveFunctions/limiters.m");
<< (NotebookDirectory[] <> "/pseudoRandomGen/haltonSerie.m");
<< (NotebookDirectory[] <> "/Graphics/Graphics.m")

But I need to import the files in one line. For example: create a new file .m and include in this the package. So only import this new file. Anyone have any ideas how to do this?

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    $\begingroup$ Get[NotebookDirectory[] <> #] & /@ {firstFileName, secondFileName, ...}? However, why do you need to get them all in one line? I can't see much advantage in that myself, and it seems to detract from overall readability. $\endgroup$ – MarcoB Jun 13 '16 at 18:05
  • $\begingroup$ This packages together are software. So i need only import a package containing all other $\endgroup$ – ivan Jun 13 '16 at 18:30
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Make a load.m file in the Notebook directory that has the lines:

<< "/psoPackage/psoGenericFunctions.m";
<< "/psoPackage/calculateVelNiches.m";
<< "/objectiveFunctions/objective functions.m";
<< "/psoPackage/bifurcationMainFunctions.m";
<< "/objectiveFunctions/limiters.m";
<< "/pseudoRandomGen/haltonSerie.m";
<< "/Graphics/Graphics.m"

In the notebook that is in the directory have the command:

<< (NotebookDirectory[] <> "load.m")

You may have to play around with the "/" marks depending upon your system.

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  • $\begingroup$ It might be useful to do something like FileNameJoin[{NotebookDirectory[], #}] & /@ FileNames["*.m"] to get a list of full file paths. $\endgroup$ – J. M. will be back soon Jun 14 '16 at 0:38

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