|Comparing X with Indirect Y|
Message #1 Posted by James F. Chumbley on 26 Oct 2005, 5:47 p.m.
In the HP-41CX Manual, Volume II, Page 305, under the topic "Comparisons," is given a list of six functions (X < NN?, X<=NN?, X=NN?, [X not= NN?], X>=NN?, X>NN?) which are said to compare the contents of the X register with the contents of the register whose name is contained in the Y register (Y Indirect).
The part I don't understand is this statement of HP's: Place the address from 00 through 319 OR THE SINGLE LETTER X, Y, Z, T, OR L in the Y register.
How do you put either an X, Y, Z, T or L into the Y register?