This is a test notebook for demonstrating code hiding.

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from IPython.display import display
from IPython.display import HTML
import IPython.core.display as di # Example: di.display_html('<h3>%s:</h3>' % str, raw=True)

# This line will hide code by default when the notebook is exported as HTML
di.display_html('<script>jQuery(function() {if (jQuery("body.notebook_app").length == 0) { jQuery(".input_area").toggle(); jQuery(".prompt").toggle();}});</script>', raw=True)

# This line will add a button to toggle visibility of code blocks, for use with the HTML export version
di.display_html('''<button onclick="jQuery('.input_area').toggle(); jQuery('.prompt').toggle();">Toggle code</button>''', raw=True)
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import numpy as np
import sys
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np.random.rand(10)
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array([ 0.29712051,  0.85435244,  0.83278576,  0.13776586,  0.05450695,
        0.9404981 ,  0.68310127,  0.71755429,  0.05798447,  0.89563203])
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for i in range(50):
    print(i)
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