[Newbies] Feedback: Using Output as the Next Input

Bert Freudenberg bert at freudenbergs.de
Thu Dec 4 22:22:48 UTC 2014

> On 04.12.2014, at 23:14, Dan <dnorton at mindspring.com> wrote:
> Howdy,
> A class is instantiated and produces output in a data structure (array, collection, dictionary, 
> ...). Upon each later (maybe months later) instantiation, the previous output is needed as 
> input. What is the best way to do this for modest (not huge) output? Some possibilities:
>    Externally - file out and file in
>    Within the class - compile class methods containing the output; save with Montecello
> I'm interested in how to dynamically compile a class method. Can Browser be invoked 
> dynamically? In studying Browser and friends, it looks complicated. Am I missing something 
> or attempting something foolish or ...?

Why wouldn't you just keep the "output" in the image and save it? When you restart it months later, it will be there.

- Bert -

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