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Tracing Evaluation   (Mathematica Tutorial)
The standard way in which Mathematica works is to take any expression you give as input, evaluate the expression completely, and then return the result. When you are trying ...
SelectionEvaluate   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SelectionEvaluate[notebook] replaces the current selection in a notebook with the result obtained by evaluating the contents of the selection in the kernel. ...
CellEvaluationDuplicate   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
CellEvaluationDuplicate is an option for Cell which specifies whether the front end should make a copy of the cell before performing any evaluation of its contents that you ...
Evaluation Options in Notebooks   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica allows you to specify in detail what should happen when you press Shift+Enter to evaluate a cell in a notebook, or Ctrl+Shift+Enter to evaluate an expression in ...
Non-Standard Evaluation   (Mathematica Tutorial)
While most built-in Mathematica functions follow the standard evaluation procedure, some important ones do not. For example, most of the Mathematica functions associated with ...
Evaluation in Patterns, Rules, and ...   (Mathematica Tutorial)
There are a number of important interactions in Mathematica between evaluation and pattern matching. The first observation is that pattern matching is usually done on ...
The Standard Evaluation Procedure   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Here the standard procedure used by Mathematica to evaluate expressions is described. This procedure is the one followed for most kinds of expression. There are, however, ...
Evaluation > Evaluate Cells   (Mathematica Menu Item)
Evaluate Cells sends the selected cells to the kernel for evaluation.
Evaluation Menu   (Mathematica Guide)
 
Evaluation > Evaluate in Subsession   (Mathematica Menu Item)
Evaluate in Subsession evaluates selected cells in a kernel dialog.
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