The opposite of save?
doug at webcrossing.com
Thu Mar 4 02:50:57 CST 2004
On 3/4/04 2:45 PM, "David Squance" <squance at elkvalley.net> wrote:
>> I am sure this must be a simple question... If I save a stack using the save
>> stack command, how can I later read that stack back in?
> Is this in the IDE or a standalone? If you just save a stack, it should
> still be staring you in the face. If you close and remove from memory, it
> needs to be re-opened, as when starting from scratch. If it's in the IDE
> you can check the Application Browser in the Tools menu to see if it's
> still active and access from there. If you want to script it to be the
> active stack (and it hasn't been removed from memory) use
> 'toplevel stack "xyz"'
It will be in the standalone. And there is no guarantee that it was saved by
this run of the application.
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