murex Shell Docs

Command Reference: source

Import murex code from another file of code block

Description

source imports code from another file or code block. It can be used as either an “import” / “include” directive (eg Python, Go, C, etc) or an “eval” (eg Python, Perl, etc).

Usage

Execute source from STDIN

<stdin> -> source

Execute source from a file

source: filename.mx

Execute a code block from parameter

source: { code-block }

Examples

Execute source from stdin:

» tout: block { out: "Hello, world!" } -> source
Hello, world!

Execute source from file:

» tout: block { out: "Hello, world!" } |> example.mx
» source: example.mx
Hello, world!

Execute a code block from parameter

» source { out: "Hello, world!" }
Hello, world!

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