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#1 sach

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Posted 13 August 2016 - 09:50 AM

hi

my name is  Sach

i recently got a casio fx 9860gII

i need programs for maths ie Laplace


I have tried to use the one that was posted but it keeps giving me syntax error


Please help as i have no idea about this casio fx 9860gII calculator


!help



#2 frankmar98

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Posted 13 August 2016 - 10:35 AM

Sach this isn't the correct topic to post it.

 

I recommend you to debug the program, when the syntax error is given, the cursor will be in the line where the syntax error is.

 

You have to know Casio Basic 2, it is a very easy language. With knowledge about Casio Basic 2 you can write programs, or fix or enhance others programs.



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Posted 13 August 2016 - 12:45 PM

sorry


i have no idea what you just said

i am programming illiterate

have to be held by the hand



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Posted 13 August 2016 - 01:16 PM

Sach, for fixing a program that is giving an error in the fx-9860GII, you must know Casio Basic 2.  (Program, not addin)

 

The other option, is to try copying it exactly with the FA-124 software

 

┬┐Is the program tested on the fx-9860GII by the author? If not, probably it needs to be adapted.

 

Other calculators, like fx-7400GII, CFX-9850GB (a lot more), etc. in theory, use the same programming language, Casio Basic 2, but it is a bit different, so it must be tested in your model.






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