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#1 JayDee



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Posted 07 May 2012 - 12:49 PM

Hey there!

I'm still programming on the fx-9860GII, I want to get as much knowledge here before learning C.
Anyway, I found out that 26 variables was a little bit to little.

I came up with a program which can let you store information in strings. It's based
on the binary number system. However, if I want to store numbers in the string I have
to convert them to binary first. Is there a way to do this?

I'm sorry for my English, please don't judge me there.
And if you think I made a mistake somewhere or my program is a bit cumbersome, please tell me


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Posted 07 May 2012 - 04:44 PM

I do not know how many variables you need, but you can use lists (1 dimensional arrays) and matrices (2 dimensional arrays).
Storing numbers to string in binary would be very slow and memory consuming.

Example for list:
create list for 5 numbers
5->Dim List 1
store some values:
1->List 11
A->List 12
C+2D->List 13
use them:
List 11+List 13->X
X/List 14->List 15

There are 26 lists (List 1 ~ List 26) and 26 matrices (Mat A ~ Mat Z)
Of course the index may be expression (e.g.: List 1[X+3])

I hope this helps you for the very beginning.

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Posted 08 February 2014 - 01:40 AM

There is a program that can convert bases but you may have to change it:

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