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Manipulating global options in the front end. Just like cells and notebooks, the complete Mathematica front end has various options, which you can look at and manipulate from ...

Mathematica provides a simple and consistent method for accessing and using files. In addition to inserting a file path that is specific to your operating system, Mathematica ...

FileNames[] lists all files in the current working **directory**. FileNames[form] lists all files in the current working **directory** whose names match the string pattern form. ...

$Path gives the default list of directories to search in attempting to find an external file.

A full Mathematica installation consists of thousands of separate files, arranged in several hundred directories under the main installation **directory**. The location of the ...

The precise details of the naming of files differ from one computer system to another. Nevertheless, Mathematica provides some fairly general mechanisms that work on all ...

Path is an option for Get and related functions which gives a list of directories to search in attempting to find an external file.

In addition to a rich set of standard file operations, Mathematica's unified symbolic architecture makes it easy to apply algorithmic approaches and efficient higher-level ...

FileNameTake["name"] gives the last path element in the file name " name".FileNameTake["name", n] gives the first n path elements in the file name " ...

CurrentValue[item] gives the current value of item at a location in the Mathematica system and interface. CurrentValue[{item, spec}] gives the current value for the feature ...

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