1 | initial version |

Insead of using strings, you can directly save the Sage object:

sage: polynomial.save('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')

Then you can load it as follows:

sage: P = load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')

2 | No.2 Revision |

Insead of using strings, you can directly save the Sage object:

`sage: `~~polynomial.save('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')~~polynomial.save('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')

Then you can load it as follows:

`sage: P = `~~load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')~~load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')

3 | No.3 Revision |

Insead of using strings, you can directly save the Sage object:

```
sage: polynomial.save('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

Then you can load it as follows:

```
sage: P = load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

**EDIT**

If you want to save various polynomials in the same file, you can save a list of polynomials (note that a list do not have a `save`

merhod, so you have to use the `save`

function), if `P1`

,`P2`

,`P3`

aez polynomials, you can do:

sage: L = [P1, P2, P3] sage: save(L, '/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')

and then recover it as before:

```
sage: L = load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

4 | No.4 Revision |

Insead of using strings, you can directly save the Sage object:

```
sage: polynomial.save('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

Then you can load it as follows:

```
sage: P = load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

**EDIT**

If you want to save various polynomials in the same file, you can save a list of polynomials (note that a list do not have a `save`

merhod, so you have to use the `save`

function), if `P1`

,`P2`

,`P3`

aez polynomials, you can do:

```
sage: L = [P1, P2, P3]
sage: save(L,
```~~'/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')~~'/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')

and then recover it as before:

```
sage: L = load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

5 | No.5 Revision |

~~Insead ~~Instead of using strings, you can directly save the Sage object:

```
sage: polynomial.save('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

Then you can load it as follows:

```
sage: P = load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

**EDIT**

~~If you want to ~~You can save ~~various ~~several polynomials in the same ~~file, you can save ~~file by saving a list of polynomials ~~(note that a list do not ~~(but since lists have ~~a ~~no `save`

~~merhod, so ~~method, you have to use the `save`

~~function), ~~function). For example, if `P1`

,`P2`

,`P3`

~~aez ~~are polynomials, you can do:

```
sage: L = [P1, P2, P3]
sage: save(L, '/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

and then recover it as before:

```
sage: L = load('/home/pro/Desktop/polynomials.sobj')
```

and you can then get your polynomials back:

```
sage: P1, P2, P3 = L
```

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