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NotebookGet   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
NotebookGet[obj] gets the raw expression corresponding to the notebook represented by the notebook object obj. NotebookGet[] gets the raw expression corresponding to the ...
Notebooks as Mathematica Expressions   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Expressions corresponding to notebooks. Here is a simple Mathematica notebook. Here is the expression that corresponds to this notebook.
Manipulating Notebooks from the Kernel   (Mathematica Tutorial)
If you want to do simple operations on Mathematica notebooks, then you will usually find it convenient just to use the interactive capabilities of the standard Mathematica ...
NotebookConvert   (Developer Package Symbol)
NotebookConvert["name"] converts a Mathematica notebook from a previous version of Mathematica to one for the current version.
ExtractionMethod   (Author Tools Package Symbol)
ExtractionMethod is an option for ExportNotebook that determines how the information is read from the notebook. The default setting of Automatic will use "NotebookGet" or ...
NotebookPut   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
NotebookPut[expr] creates a notebook corresponding to expr and makes it the currently selected notebook in the front end. NotebookPut[] creates a new empty notebook. ...
NotebookRead   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
NotebookRead[notebook] gives the expression corresponding to the current selection in the specified notebook object. 9+NotebookRead[cell] gives the expression corresponding ...
Low-Level Notebook Programming   (Mathematica Guide)
In Mathematica's unified symbolic architecture, every Mathematica notebook you see is represented as a symbolic expression that can be manipulated and controlled ...
Get   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
<< name reads in a file, evaluating each expression in it and returning the last one. 9+Get[stream] reads from a stream, evaluating each expression in it and returning the ...
ExportNotebook   (Author Tools Package Symbol)
ExportNotebook[nb, " style", " fmt"] creates image files of format fmt in the notebook's directory for each cell of the indicated style. ExportNotebook[nb, {elem, data}, " ...
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