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DumpSave'ing while lengthy program runs

You can use Get/@ FileNames["save*"].
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How to implement a resumable Table?

The function that does the actual calculation: fcalc[n_] := n^2 make file names: ...
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Difference between $Context and Evaluate[Context[]] using DumpSave

There are several issues. First of all Context[] is the same here and can be replaced with $Context to make the example clearer. ...
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DumpSave and Notation package

Notice that DumpSave has attribute HoldRest which prevents evaluation of all but its first argument. The documentation of ...
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DumpSave'ing while lengthy program runs

Get /@ StringTemplate["save``"] /@ Range[1, 5]
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Export is not clearing memory

As explained in another post, Export uses DumpSave under the hood for the MX format. It does this by setting an internal ...
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How can I Save function defintion without its DownValues?

Okay, something like this might work. g[][x_] := x^2; g[x_] := memo`g[x]; memo`g[x_] := memo`g[x] = g[][x] When you save, exclude the ...
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How can I Save function defintion without its DownValues?

One way would be to use a separate symbol for the memoization. Here is a toy example: ...
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Problem with Get at M11.0 that was produced with DumpSave M12.1

I suspect that Files written by DumpSave cannot be exchanged between operating systems that differ in $SystemWordLength. which is quoted from the documentation article on ...
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Exporting/saving a table of Interpolated functions

guidance to your comment: define some user functions sin,cos data = Table[{x, Sin[x], Cos[x]}, {x, Subdivide[0, 2 Pi, 50]}]; ...
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How to load expressions into a notebook with a different context

My understanding of the problem: The same as Matlab and python, so long as you save it in the right format, Mathematica data and expressions can easily be shared between many different OSes and ...
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How to save data and show step sizes when using components and data structures of NDSolve?

The step data is stored in the interpolating function: ...
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