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Programming Problem With Casio Cfx-9850gb Plus

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#1 mantorras



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Posted 25 September 2008 - 10:30 AM

Hey guys, first of all congratulations on having such a great forum :)
Now for my coding problem. I wanted to make a program that receives 2 values and uses them in a formula and then gives out the result. Here's what I made

Created a Program named CONC.INT

"EG=" ?->E:

4.82E21 x (T^1.5) x e( (-E) / (2x8.62E-5 x T ) ) then I finish with that half a square symbol

(I use a lot of spaces so it's more easy to read)

when I try to use it it goes like this.

I input a value and then it says syn error :(

Any tips on what could be wrong ?

#2 kucalc


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Posted 27 September 2008 - 12:23 AM

Hello mantorras and welcome to the UCF! :D

When it says Syn Err, press the right key button [dRIGHT]. It will take you to your error.

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Posted 02 October 2008 - 03:28 PM

Your lines shouldn't end with a semicolon.
A semicolon is used to separate 2 statements on the same line.
Look at the examples in the manual.

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