Problem With Fa-124 2.00
Posted 28 April 2010 - 05:15 PM
For example if I were to program the simple code:
it return a syntax error message. However if I were to program the exact code on the calculator itself it run just fine.
Could anyone help?
Posted 01 May 2010 - 06:39 PM
I have troubleshoot the problem that found out that the error only accur when N is a variable (i.e. A,B,C... etc) but when N is a number e.g List 1 it works just fine. (For your info I have already double check every line of my program and ensure that N is defined and is a positive integer.)
In addition, I also found out that the new version of FA-124 does not display text correctly for example, if I were to program the line
"No. of iterations"?->K
The calculator returns the code as:
or something similar.
Could any kind soul enlighten me? If not I think I am going to uninstall 2.00 and revert to my old loyal version of FA-124 that comes with the calculator.
Edited by sunnyboy, 01 May 2010 - 06:42 PM.
Posted 02 May 2010 - 05:10 AM
Don't you have to initialize the list first?
What do you mean? Are you referring to the ClrList function? If that is what you referring to I probably don't think so since the program just simply refuse to run be it N=1 or N=100.
Thanks for replying anyway.
Posted 08 May 2010 - 06:17 PM
Posted 03 August 2011 - 06:25 AM
The program takes in number in base 10 and convert it to base k where k denote any integer greater than 1 and the end result is output to list 4.
The problem is, the code look perfectly fine in fa-124 however when loaded in the calculator it return an syntax error and the funny thing is if you were to program the exact same code with the calculator manually without the use of fa-124, it run perfectly fine.
Could any kind soul help me look into it?
Thanks in advance.
PS. I do aware that the program could be written in a much better and efficient way, however I choose to run a few more lines of codes so that I could check my working step by step.
Posted 28 November 2017 - 07:47 AM
This is an old thread, I know. Nevertheless I would like to contribute something to decover the mystery.
The FA-124 converts the program into plain text with some special symbols. I found only problems with List. Try: Select List form catalogue and delete it: It will be deleted letter wise. That means: In the editor there are letters which need to be transformed back to the Casio codes.
The code for List 1[N] is
7f 51 -- List
31 -- 1
5B -- [
4C -- N
5D -- ]
Mistakenly, the FA-124 transforms this to 7F 51 31 (correct until here) E7 2C (totally wrong).
I looked in my fx programs and could find E7 nowhere. It seems an invalid code.
Such deformed programs cannot edited in the fx device, the PTR is distressed.
What may you do? Of course you may edit programs only with the calculator itself or it's emulator: Storing and to and from the FA-124 without editing doesn't damage anything. The smallest edit destroys the LIST x[-entries.
The problem onyl occurs at the indices J K L N W. You may avoid these. If you have edited a program in FA-124 to a large amount, and had a List with one of the indices you may change that to List 1[N+0]. This works, and the program ist ok afterwards. You may delete the "+0" afterwards in the calculator if you find it aesthetically unpleasing.
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