About RPN history

12052017, 01:31 PM
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About RPN history
The history of Home is stored in History, that of CAS in CAS, inside Memory panel.
As RPN appear to be independent of Home (Textbook or Algebraic), where is stored its history? Salvo ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 01:57 PM
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RE: About RPN history
In RPN mode You can press [Shift], [+](Ans), the last operands will appear.
If You take Ans command from Catalog (but You must delete brackets after Ans) or type Ans (case sensitive, ANS is invalid), then [Enter], the list of last operands will appear. 

12052017, 02:20 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 01:57 PM)Voldemar Wrote: In RPN mode You can press [Shift], [+](Ans), the last operands will appear. yes, thank you, but I mean: where is stored the whole history... i.e: if you press shiftmem, you can see CAS and History with the whole history of Some and CAS, but nothing for the "screen" with every stacks in RPN... ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 02:57 PM
(This post was last modified: 12052017 03:03 PM by Voldemar.)
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 02:20 PM)salvomic Wrote: but I mean: where is stored the whole history...I think, there is not the place where You can see whole history of RPN mode. You can fill a lot of stacks, but when You execute the operations, situation in stacks is changing and You can not see how looked stacks before operations. Only from last operation You can restore operands with [Shift], [+](Ans) or with Ans command. 

12052017, 03:05 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 02:57 PM)Voldemar Wrote: I think, there is not place when You can see whole history of RPN mode. You can fill a lot of stacks, but when You execute the operations, situation in stacks is changing and You can not see how looked stacks before operations. Only from last operation You can restore operands with [Shift], [+](Ans) or with Ans command. Well, I thought it would were a sort of "screen" like CAS an History (for Home). If one switch from Textbook and RPN (or viceversa) the two histories are maintained (Home in History, RPN I don't know where) and recalled when the user looks for them. Anyway, you are right: there are so many stacks and they are changing often. ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 03:15 PM
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RE: About RPN history
If You fill some stacks in RPN mode and do nothing with stacks content, this content You can see in Memory (Shift, Mem) under History. And this RPN history is different than history from Textbook/Algebraic entry mode.


12052017, 03:19 PM
(This post was last modified: 12052017 03:22 PM by salvomic.)
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 03:15 PM)Voldemar Wrote: If You fill some stacks in RPN mode and do nothing with stacks content, this content You can see in Memory (Shift, Mem) under History. And this RPN history is different than history from Textbook/Algebraic entry mode. yes, however if you are in RPN you can see RPN history, but if you are in Textbook (Algebraic) you can see the relative history, not both, also if somewhere the other one is stored. There is no way to pass entries from one to another (like from and to CAS, via Menu). Maybe the other "Home" is stored internally. ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 03:25 PM
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12052017, 03:26 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 03:25 PM)Voldemar Wrote:(12052017 03:19 PM)salvomic Wrote: There is no way to pass entries from one to anotherCopy  Paste. yeah ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 03:56 PM
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RE: About RPN history
Just found an interesting usage of Ans() command in RPN mode.
For example, fill stacks with 5 Enter 6 Enter 7 Enter 8 Enter. Then, for example, type 3 Enter. Now stacks looks like this: 5: 5 4: 6 3: 7 2: 8 1: 3 Then take command Ans() and type in brackets 1 (command Ans will execute for content of stack 1). Press Enter and content off stack 3 stay on stack 1. Now stacks looks like this: 5: 5 4: 6 3: 7 2: 8 1: 7 Ans(1) works, do not work Ans(2), Ans(3)... 

12052017, 04:04 PM
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RE: About RPN history
Strange... I saw Help for and() but it ...doesn't help much.
In Textbook Ans(n) returns the nth line (stack). In CAS Ans(n) applies n to an expression in stack 1: i.e. 2. 456 1. x^2 INPUT Ans(4) returns 16. In RPN, as you said, Ans(1) returns stack 3. ??? ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 04:19 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 03:56 PM)Voldemar Wrote: Ans(1) works, do not work Ans(2), Ans(3)... In RPN mode you pass the number of parameters inside the brackets, so when you type Ans(1) you tell the Prime to take one value from the stack and pass it to Ans. If you type Ans(2) you tell the Prime to take 2 values from the stack levels 1 and 2 and pass them to Ans, which is not supporting multiple parameters.... in summary, in RPN mode you have: Ans > return the last values, for ex. 5 ENTER 6 x Ans returns 5 and 6 to the stack. Ans(1) > consume the stack level 1 and use it as index to return the value in the corresponding stack level 

12052017, 04:25 PM
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RE: About RPN history
Help (User guide and onboard help) is good for Textbook/Algebraic mode. There is not enogh for RPN mode. Using the Prime in RPN mode requires some HP 50g (for example) experience.


12052017, 04:27 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 04:25 PM)Voldemar Wrote: Help (User guide and onboard help) is good for Textbook/Algebraic mode. There is not enogh for RPN mode. Using the Prime in RPN mode requires some HP 50g (for example) experience. I know it, in fact. ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 04:35 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 04:19 PM)Didier Lachieze Wrote: Ans > return the last values, for ex. 5 ENTER 6 x Ans returns 5 and 6 to the stack.Ans on entry line then Enter returns {5, 6} to the stack. Last operands in list. Only keypresses Shift, Ans returns 5 and 6. Five to stack two and six to stack one. 2: 5 1: 6 

12052017, 04:40 PM
(This post was last modified: 12052017 04:41 PM by salvomic.)
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RE: About RPN history
About the stacks, they could also be named as X, Y, Z, T, ...
Like: ... 7. 6. 5. T. Z. Y. X. As in the HP RPN heritage ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 05:49 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 04:40 PM)salvomic Wrote: As in the HP RPN heritageI do not know. Stack registers X, Y, Z, T is good, for example, on HP 35s, Roll down, Roll up... Last X are obvious, easy to keep in mind contents of registers. Stack levels on the Prime is like on the HP 50g. It is OK. The only remarkable difference  HP 50g has unlimited stack, Prime has 128 level stack. Is there someone, for whom it is not enogh? 

12052017, 05:56 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 05:49 PM)Voldemar Wrote: Stack registers X, Y, Z, T is good, for example, on HP 35s, Roll down, Roll up... Last X are obvious, easy to keep in mind contents of registers. ... Also in HP 42s and others, and they will be X,Y,Z,T also in the next DM42 (see here)... Four stacks are enough for general purpose, but 128 are better ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12052017, 07:30 PM
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RE: About RPN history
(12052017 05:56 PM)salvomic Wrote: but 128 are betterNot in all cases. Try this: ((((2*3+4)*2+5)*2+6)*2+7)*2+8= On HP 35s 2 Enter Enter Enter 3 * 4 + * 5 + * 6 + * 7 + * 8 + 20 keystrokes. On HP Prime 2 Enter Enter Enter 3 * 4 + * 5 + * 6 + 2 * 7 + 2 * 8 + 22 keystrokes. or 2 Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter 3 * 4 + * 5 + * 6 + * 7 + * 8 + 22 keystrokes. 

12052017, 07:37 PM
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RE: About RPN history
too loooooooong :D
2 keystrokes more than an old HP calc, hi! The Prime, like HP 50g and other HP machines offer both RPN and ALG input: everyone can choose his way, and it sounds good Only I would like to know where the RPN list is stored when we are used Textbook and viceversa... ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

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