|Space in 32sii|
Message #3 Posted by bill platt on 15 Aug 2003, 11:13 a.m.,
in response to message #2 by Paul Brogger
There is a space in the 32sii---it is on the R/S key and it is only active when in the equation writer. Remember that in the 32sii, the equation writer can be used a number of ways:
1. You can write equations in the "equation list" and solve them for any varible. The "equation can be either an assignment, an expression, or an equality. Then, you can solve it, using "solve"
2. You can write equations in PROGRAM mode. This way, you can sneak algebraics into your programs. The equation takes up one "line" in hte program, and it can be solved in the program etc.
3. By setting a flag, you can use the equation writer in PROGRAM mode, but instead of treating the equation as a mathematical expression, it will instead just dump the contents to the display via a "pause" so that you can have text messages!
And also, you can integrate, too. So, for lots of stuff, this is just soo much more than the 11c ever was (and 19 times faster, too). But I still like the 11c. It is a beautiful thing.
So that's the long of the short of it.
Edited: 15 Aug 2003, 11:16 a.m.