newRPL: Alpha demo 0.9 released [UPDATED 20171025]

09102017, 04:45 PM
(This post was last modified: 09102017 09:05 PM by The Shadow.)
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RE: newRPL: Alpha demo 0.9 released [UPDATED 20170824]
I've noticed that STO+, STO, and the other STO variants do not play nice with lists at all. For example, if 'A' contains { 1 2 3 } and you do 4 'A' STO+, you get an 'Empty data stack (internal)' error, and 'A' ends up containing 4.
Also, their syntax is different (and less flexible) than oldRPL. In oldRPL, if 'A' contains 4 and you do: 1 'A' STO you get 3. If you want 3, you do: 'A' 1 STO instead. Basically, the variable gets replaced with the value and then the operation is done. This doesn't matter for commutative operations, of course. But even multiplication isn't commutative for matrices! Finally, add +, , and * to the list of things that need to be mapped to alphahold. /, alas, has to remain Z by default. EDIT: I just noticed that IABCUV returns an "Empty data stack (internal)" error, even though it works otherwise. By the way, any chance of ICHINREM? I can fake it well enough with a working IABCUV, though. 

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