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How can I load packages automatically after reopening Mathematica [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Automatically load packages at startup I have made two packages "Package1" and "Package2". Package2 calls Package1. it works fine.But everytime I am reopening ...
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Have the kernel load a user-defined function by default [duplicate]

I wrote a very simple function that I would like to act as if it were one of the default functions that came with Mathematica, so that you don't have to load or import any package before you make use ...
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Developing Mathematica applications with IntelliJ IDEA [duplicate]

I create Mathematica application. For example testPrj. Now I want load this application for test. Here is a problem: how can I setup environment for loading my application with simple ...
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How can I save and recall my own function?

In MATLAB, I can save and recall my own function using an M-File(function or script) How can I do something similar in Mathematica? I already searched and know how to define functions and modules ...
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How to force an evaluation to use only one core?

There are some evaluations which are automatically parallelized or multithread if there are cores available.( for example, Eigenvalues) But I don't want the ...
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Package autoloading not working in CDF and Player Pro

I have made a package BeginPackage["top`"] t[x_]:=MessageDialog["This is top"] t1[x_]:=MessageDialog["This is top1"] EndPackage[] and used the code of this ...
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Call user defined function from many notebooks [duplicate]

I wanted to ask a simple question. I am new to Mathematica, and I don`t find a way to call user defined functions just as I call Mathematica functions. I want to use my own defined functions, but ...
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How to make the default table alignment “right”

The default table alignment is Center, however I would like to make it Right so that ...
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How can I bypass the limitations of init.m? [duplicate]

In a series of QA it has been pointed out that init.m suffers of heavy limitations (see as example, Automatically load packages at startup or Why can't I import ...
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Is it possible to define a new built-in function in Mathematica? [duplicate]

Say I want to define a function to do integration by part, is it possible to define it as a new built-in function in Mathematica, so that I don't need to define it every time I want to use it?