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asked 2018-05-07 17:07:37 +0100

standardtrickyness gravatar image

I don't know if this is the place but I'm confused as to how to run a sage program. I'm told that there's not really a sage editor or whatnot does cocalc allow you to write an entire program and then run it or does it autorun any command entered into it?

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answered 2018-05-07 19:18:33 +0100

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From the "Files" view in a CoCalc project, the "Filename" box lets you create files by either

  • typing a file name in the "Filename" box and hitting ENTER,
  • clicking the "+ New" button and selecting a file type.

Among other file types, you can create

  • a CoCalc worksheet (if you input a name ending in .sagews)
  • a Jupyter notebook (file ending in .ipynb)
  • a code file (file ending in .py, or .sage, or many other extensions)

You can also open a terminal (type a name ending in .term and hit enter).

If you don't specify a file type, you get a CoCalc worksheet.

You can of course type the content of your Sage program in a .sage file, say experiment.sage, then run that program by opening a CoCalc terminal, typing

sage experiment.sage

and hitting enter.

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