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Programming Notes and Hints for the HP 35s Scientific Calculator by Frederick Ruland

Programming Notes and Hints for the HP 35s Scientific Calculator by Frederick Ruland

Author:Frederick Ruland
Language: eng
Format: azw3, epub
Published: 2017-07-09T07:00:00+00:00


20.0 Addressing Direct and Indirect Variables – The Functions (I) and (J):

20.1 Use of variables I and J and the functions (I) and (J):

The direct variables I and J can be used with the function keys (I) and (J) to address other variables, both direct and indirect.

For example: If J = – 1, then the function (J) represents variable A. If J = – 2 then the function (J) represents variable B, etc. Note the negative signs.

Note: – 1 addresses variable A, – 2 addresses B . . . – 26 addresses Z.



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