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#1 rat123

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Posted 10 November 2002 - 09:36 PM

Sorry, I come from spain and my english isn't good enough. I hope people will understand...

I'm a newbie casio programmer (i'm doing my first program...). I have used A-Z letters as variables and I need more. Also "r" and "theta" symbol. I have tried to use "a", "b" and so on as a variables but I get an error. What can I do?

I've got a 9750 model.

Thanks for all
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Posted 10 November 2002 - 09:50 PM

You can use lists or matrices to store larger amounts of data.

You asign vaules much the same way as you do with letters A-Z, only you index the variables as well (like an array)

i.e:

1->List1(1)

or more general:

A->ListN(i), where A is any number, N is an int 1- 6, i is an int 1 - 255

as matrices:

A->MatX[r,c], where A is any number, X is any letter A-Z, r is the row, and c is the collumn

To use Lists or Matrices you will have to set their dimsions first:

i.e:
2->Dim List1

or

{3,4}->Dim Mat A

experiment a bit, and you'll get the hang of it...

however, you should find all this in your users manual..

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Posted 11 November 2002 - 05:25 PM

isn't the right command

1->List N[i] ???

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Posted 11 November 2002 - 05:32 PM

isn't the right command
1->List N[i] ???

Yes, it is . He probably just pressed the SHIFT key instead of the ALT GR.

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Posted 11 November 2002 - 10:12 PM

The correct post from BiThwise:

i.e:

1->List 1[1]

or more general:

A->List N[i], where A is any number, N is an int 1- 6, i is an int 1 - 255

as matrices:

A->Mat X[r,c], where A is any number, X is any letter A-Z, r is the row, and c is the collumn

To use Lists or Matrices you will have to set their dimsions first:

i.e:
2->Dim List 1

or

{3,4}->Dim Mat A

bye

rstweb




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