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Evaluate[expr] causes expr to be **evaluated** even if it appears as the argument of a function whose attributes specify that it should be held unevaluated.

The following is the sequence of steps that Mathematica follows in evaluating an expression like h[e_1,e_2…]. Every time the expression changes, Mathematica effectively ...

$DynamicEvaluation is a symbol whose value is True if it is **evaluated** as part of the evaluation of a Dynamic.

EvaluatePacket[expr] is a MathLink packet requesting evaluation of expr.

EvaluationMonitor is an option for various numerical computation and plotting functions that gives an expression to evaluate whenever functions derived from the input are ...

The fundamental operation that Mathematica performs is evaluation. Whenever you enter an expression, Mathematica evaluates the expression, then returns the result. Evaluation ...

Throughout any computation, Mathematica maintains an evaluation stack containing the expressions it is currently evaluating. You can use the function Stack to look at the ...

Evaluator is an option for objects such as Button, Dynamic, and Cell that gives the name of the kernel to use to evaluate their contents.

Stack[] shows the current evaluation stack, giving a list of the tags associated with evaluations that are currently being done. Stack[pattern] gives a list of expressions ...

The built-in Mathematica iteration functions such as Table and Sum evaluate their arguments in a slightly special way. When evaluating an expression like Table[f,{i,i_max}], ...