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 Post subject: reset in singular?
PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2006 10:25 am 
Hello!
I'm relatively new to Singular and looking for a command to reset the program to the state where it's in when freshly started, without having to restart it, i.e. delete all variables, procedures etc.; similar to what Maple's "restart"-command should do ;)
Thanks for your help in advance,
Martin


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Dear Martin,

I do not know the command in Maple you are referring to, but I guess you want to use the Singular commands ``kill" or ``killall" (ref: Singular Book: pg 516 OR online manual).

For the killall command you need to load
> LIB "general.lib";

But this command does not unload the user-defined procedures, but you may try the overloaded version of the same command
> killall("type_name");
> killall("not", "type_name");

with `proc' as a type_name in first case.

Hope this helps.

Vinay


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