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|HP Prime Stack operations from within a program |
Message #1 Posted by John Colvin on 8 Nov 2013, 8:13 p.m.
Is there a way to perform stack operations such as swap, dupn, roll
from within a HP Prime program? Stack operations are supported by
the 50G for both user and system RPL and are very useful.
It would be nice to place the result(s) of a program directly onto
the stack when in RPN mode.
|Re: HP Prime Stack operations from within a program |
Message #2 Posted by Helge Gabert on 8 Nov 2013, 9:45 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by John Colvin
The HP Prime is an algebraic thoroughbred.
RPN is only good in Home View in interactive mode. If you want RPN stack, RPL programming, RPN CAS, keep using the HP 50G - - that is what I do.
Still, the HP Prime is kinda fun!
(It might help to take a look at earlier posts, where this topic, and many related topics, were discussed extensively).
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