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Global Definition Operator
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Evaluates b and assigns the result to x. A global definition is valid globally throughout the worksheet.
x is any valid variable, a function name, or a matrix of names. x cannot be a number or an expression.
b is any expression that can be evaluated. If b contains other variables, then those variables must also be defined globally above the definition of x.
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Additional Information
You cannot override a global definition using a local definition.
You cannot have more than one global definition of the same variable in a worksheet or in a parent worksheet that includes other worksheets.
You cannot use the global definition operator inside a solve block.
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