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I am a new user of Mathematica. I want to import a variable from notebook-1 to notebook-2 where I am currently using. I have searched for Mathematica repository but unfortunately I could not find an answer to my question.

Suppose that I have:

var=23

in notebook-1 and I want to import var into notebook-2.

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    $\begingroup$ If you happen to run notebooks with unique contexts like I do, then a simple Export[myFileName,var] in notebook 1 then var=Import[myFileName] in notebook 2 would work. $\endgroup$
    – josh
    Apr 19, 2023 at 14:49

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By default, notebooks share the same variables.

So when you type var=23 in one notebook, and open second notebook and type var, it will say 23.

So you do not have to do anything to import the variable.

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To disable this, you need to do

Evaluation menu -> Notebook's Default Context -> Unique to This Notebook.

And now variables created in the notebook are no longer shared/visible in other notebooks.

Reference

Is there a way to separate variables between multiple notebooks?

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