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; Object[Name of Object as Text]: Returns the object for a given name. The result is always a dependent object.
 
; Object[Name of Object as Text]: Returns the object for a given name. The result is always a dependent object.
 
: Note: The ''Object'' command is the opposite of the [[Name Command|Name]] command.
 
: Note: The ''Object'' command is the opposite of the [[Name Command|Name]] command.
 
: Example: If points ''A1'', ''A2'', ... , ''A20'' exist and slider ''n = 2'', then <tt>Object["A" + n]</tt> gives you a copy of point ''A2''.
 
: Example: If points ''A1'', ''A2'', ... , ''A20'' exist and slider ''n = 2'', then <tt>Object["A" + n]</tt> gives you a copy of point ''A2''.

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Object[Name of Object as Text]
Returns the object for a given name. The result is always a dependent object.
Note: The Object command is the opposite of the Name command.
Example: If points A1, A2, ... , A20 exist and slider n = 2, then Object["A" + n] gives you a copy of point A2.
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