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Plot[f[x] /.{a->1,b->2},{x,0,1}], but this is still annoying for 8 constants. Or defining constants as lists const={a->1,b->2}; but I can't work out how to call them when I plot the function.

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Code:

```
DynamicModule[{x = Random[]},
Column[Table[
Slider[Dynamic[x], ImageSize -> RandomReal[200]], {10}]]]
```

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I would look at using the "Manipulate" command. It will generate slider bars like Phrak suggested.

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