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hello mr HILL,
I have a big problem with the command :"batch ...."
I used it to load the first file : file1.clp
then I exeuted it(file1);
after that I used it to load: File2.clp
and I executed it(file2),
after I used it agin to load the first file :file1.clp
and when I execute it(file1) , the second one is executing.

why? what must I do?

waiting for your answer. thanks!
 
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If file2 contains rules, then batch-ing the file will build those rules into the Rete network. They don't go away; you can subsequently call "run" and run those rules many times.

If you want to clear Jess and start over, use the "clear" function to do so.
 
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