this should work, but the problem is... where do prism users write their programs on pc?
Here are some solutions:
A: download a program from the internet (most should use variable assignment
B: write a program containing an identifiable sequence of letters (like "Hello World!"), then connect the prizm to your PC, open a hex editor, open <your calc>/@MainMem/PROGRAMS/<your program>.g3m, find your sequence of letters and replace one with the hex 0x0E (it's a "->" on your calculator) and unmount your calculator
C: Or simply write "->" into a file TEST.txt on your computer, connect your calculator and put that file into <your calc>/@MainMem/PROGRAMS/TEST.txt
D: Download C.Basic https://community.ca...e/?fromsearch=1
(it's much better than Casio Basic, has more feat
res, it's much faster,...), it has an integrated txt to g3m converter. So you can write "->" into a text file and convert it using C.Basic. Also in C.Basic you can select the right arrow in the char table (F6).
F: Ask the company where you bought your calc to send you a new one.
Apparently, the (Right) Arrow key functions beneath "Programming" NOT within Python.
Did you mean they key isn't broken, you just wanted to make a prompt in python?
In python it's like on your computer. Just write
variable = input("prompt")
Edited by HappyCalc, 07 August 2022 - 04:46 PM.