Question About Using Lists

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#1 josephlo

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Posted 12 April 2008 - 04:18 PM

I have created 2 lists using the "STATS" menu.

The data are as follows:

List 1 - 14.8, 8.91, 5.57
List 2 - 0.168, 0.156, 0.143

I can retrieve the value using command such as List 1 and List 2, etc.

Now I have the following routine which reads as follows:

"Cable size="?->C
1.5 => 1->X
2.5 => 2->X
4 => 3->X
"Resistance of this cable=":List 1
"Reactance of this cable=":List 2

Problem is that the List 1 in the above routine will always returned List 1 no matter what.

Ideally, if I input 1.5 as value C, I would like the output as follows:
"Resistance of this cable=":14.8
"Reactance of this cable=":0.168

And if I input 2.5 as value C, the output should be:
"Resistance of this cable=":8.91
"Reactance of this cable=":0.156

Thanks

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Posted 12 April 2008 - 07:42 PM

"Cable size"?→C
1.5⇒1→X
2.5⇒2→X
4⇒3→X

The instruction ⇒?runs a second instruction if a?condition?is?right?(eg:?A≠1⇒3→X?means?:?if?A?is?not?equal?to?1,?then?put?3?in?X)
You must do like this :
```"Cable size"?→C
C=1.5⇒1→X
C=2.5⇒2→X
C=4⇒3→X```

#3 josephlo

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Posted 13 April 2008 - 03:41 AM

Works great! Thanks

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