Mathematica's scheduled tasks provide a way to set evaluation of arbitrary expressions in the future. Tasks can be scheduled for one-time evaluation, or for repeated ...
Evaluate in Place evaluates a selection in place.
StackComplete[expr] evaluates expr with intermediate expressions in evaluation chains included on the stack.
StackBegin[expr] evaluates expr, starting a fresh evaluation stack.
Interrupt Evaluation interrupts the current operation being performed by the kernel.
StackInhibit[expr] evaluates expr without modifying the evaluation stack.
Mathematica normally takes any expression it is given, and evaluates it as far as possible. But built into the Mathematica language is a collection of flexible primitives ...
"EvaluateCells" is a front end token that sends the selected cells to the kernel for evaluation.
"EvaluateInitialization" is a front end token that evaluates all the initialization cells in a notebook.
Evaluate Initialization Cells evaluates all initialization cells in the notebook.