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#1 sq8kmo

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Posted 29 January 2013 - 09:43 PM

Hello, and a second time znależlibyście to help me convert (rewrite) the program that worked for casio 9700GH, I tried to do it alone, suggesting the instructions but still have some syntax errors mainly text.
The program is important to me because I am a soldier, and this might sound strange but the casio 9700 "fired" based on what the program has calculated (distance, angle, and others)

Regards Mark

Edited by sq8kmo, 30 January 2013 - 05:57 PM.


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Posted 31 January 2013 - 03:16 AM

Hello sq8kmo and welcome to UCF! You should introduce yourself.

I would love to help you, but I don't see any code.

Also, is this some sort of ballistics calculator? I was planning on doing one a while ago, but unfortunately I don't really have any code to help with.

#3 sq8kmo

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 07:16 AM

Hi, my name is Mark come from Polish, Casio calculators that settles so far are:
- Fx (two science - the study)
- 9700 GH
- Algebra FX 2.0

Called ballistic calculator SKART (weighing about 7 kg, and has a mid-size PC)

Therefore, we counted the various "tasks" for his help and tried to count it out for yourself - the way we have come a step-by-step how he does it.
Code to run on fx 9700
Now I'd like to work on Algebra 2.0

This is how the formula here is the text:
"PKO"
\Lbl 0
"NOWE UGR TAK\(-)1 NIE\(-)0"?\->E
E=1\=>\Goto1
E=0\=>\Goto2
\Lbl 1
"SO"
"X"?\->A
"Y"?\->B
"Z"?\->L
"PO"
"X"?\->C
"Y"?\->D
"Z"?\->R
"KZ"?\->F
\Lbl 2
"CEL XY (1) TD (2)"?\->E
E=1\=>\Goto3
E=2\=>\Goto5
\Fix 2
\Lbl 3
"X"?\->G
"Y"?\->H
"Z"?\->M
\Lbl 4
\Fix 2
"DTC"
\Pol(G-A,H- <img src='/dot/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/cool.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='B)' />\->V\Disp"KPTC"
J<0\=>J+360\->J
J/6\->U
U-F\->K
K<-30\=>K+60\->K
K>30\=>60-K\->K
K\Disp"DZ"
M-L\->N\Disp"P"
.01N/.001V\Disp"I"
\Pol(G-C,H-D)\->O
J/6\->P
P<0\=>P+60\->P
U-P\->Q
Q<0\=>Q>-30\=>\Abs Q\->Q
Q\>=30\=>60-Q\->Q
Q\<=-30\=>60+Q\->Q
Q\Disp"TPO\(-)C"
P\Disp"D"
O\Disp"SZ"
O/V\Disp"WB"
Q/.01V\Disp"TB\(-)C"
U\Disp"WSTRZEL\(-)1  END\(-)0"?\->E
E=1\=>\Goto8
E=0\=>\Goto0
\Lbl 5
"T"?\->P
"D"?\->O
\Rec(O,6P)+C\->G
J+D\->H
"ZC\(-)1  P\(-)2"?\->S
S=1\=>\Goto6
S=2\=>\Goto7
\Lbl 6
"Z"?\->M
\Goto4
\Lbl 7
"P"?\->T
.001O*100T+R\->M
\Goto4
\Lbl 8
"DXT"?\->W
\Lbl 9
"T"?\->X
"D"?\->Y
\Rec(Y,6X)+C\->G
J+D\->H
\Pol(G-A,H- <img src='/dot/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/cool.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='B)' />\->Z
J<0\=>J+360\->J
J/6\->U
U-F\->Z[1]
Z[1]<-30\=>Z[1]+60\->Z[1]
Z[1]>30\=>60-Z[1]\->Z[1]
"DC"
(V-Z)/W\Disp"DK"
K-Z[1]\Disp\Goto9

Edited by flyingfisch, 01 February 2013 - 05:07 PM.


#4 flyingfisch

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 05:07 PM

Do you have access to an fx9860? I am not very familiar with the trivialities of the AFX's Casio-BASIC. Also, it may be better to use a more modern calculator like the fx9860 because there are more people using it.

Besides that, a close look at the user manual may reveal something. ;)

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 06:36 PM

I do not have access to fx9860, I was wondering earlier on his purchase. But in both a Basic II generation or so works on both or on any?

And you better buy a 9860?

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 06:41 PM

Do you get any errors when you run that code on the AFX?

Also, are all the backslashes in the code intended?

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 08:46 PM

It gives me a syntax error and points assigned to the letter V, but what does it matter if there are only functions:
- Assign to,
- Transform coordinates from one to the other
- Multiply or divide ...
So nothing complicated where a man or a machine that could be wrong?
And here the question arises which in this case causes a syntax error.
I'll try to insert a screenshot which indicate a syntax error.

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 08:48 PM

I found the solution, rewrite (specifically, a teacher friend of mine) to his and the program works.

Thank you for your help




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