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Getting Started With First Project

asked 2012-09-24 23:36:56 +0100

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Hi! I am trying to get started using Sage. I've read through python tutorials and feel comfortable with the command line. I want to create functions, classes, etc for a particular project I'm starting with. Unfortunately I am completely stuck when it comes to the basics of starting a project: This means that I want to have a folder in SAGE_ROOT which is the title of my project. I want to have a set of .sage files and ultimately want to load them in memory so that I can use them in the sage: command line.

Any tips? Any links? I have read through the documentation but found nothing that would help me with the step-by-step.

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answered 2012-09-25 07:13:27 +0100

no, you don't need to (and should not, unless you want to modify Sage) touch anything in SAGE_ROOT. Create a subdirectory in your home directory, and put your .sage files there. To load them from Sage prompt, use the load command.

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