1 | initial version |

You may put it in an appropriate subfolder of

sage-x.y/devel/sage/sage/

for example in

sage-x.y/devel/sage/sage/misc/

Let's say your file is named myfunctions.py, then

```
from sage.misc.myfunctions import *
```

will give you access to all functions defined in myfunctions.py

2 | No.2 Revision |

~~You ~~provided you have access to the Sage directory tree,
you may put it in an appropriate subfolder of

sage-x.y/devel/sage/sage/

for example in

sage-x.y/devel/sage/sage/misc/

Let's say your file is named myfunctions.py, then

```
from sage.misc.myfunctions import *
```

will give you access to all functions defined in myfunctions.py

3 | No.3 Revision |

~~provided ~~Provided you have access to the Sage directory tree,
you may put it in an appropriate subfolder of

sage-x.y/devel/sage/sage/

for example in

sage-x.y/devel/sage/sage/misc/

Let's say your file is named myfunctions.py, then

```
from sage.misc.myfunctions import *
```

will give you access to all functions defined in myfunctions.py

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