|HP35s meaning of indirect address 0/hp32sii keyboard|
Message #1 Posted by Peter Niessen on 18 Aug 2007, 4:38 p.m.
proud owner of the new 35s since a few days, I'm a bit puzzled by the indirect variables 0-800. I came accross the VIEW(I)/VIEW(J) bug, but that was already described earlier in
the 48g forum
I'd also like to apologize if this has been brought up before, but I could not find it back in the forum. It seems that some editing took place, e.g.
for this message.
Now, I wrote the little program to delete all indirect variables
C001 LBL C
C003 STO I
C005 STO (I)
C006 ISG I
C007 GTO C004
to obey the point 2. on page 14-24 of the manual. However, after runnung the program, the number of variables is still > 700 according to the MEM menu, and only after saying
(which takes .5 seconds or so) the memory used by indirect variables
is gone. (memo to HP: in the HP35Sii, there should be a CLR INDIRECT or so in the MEM menu.)
So, is there a special meaning for (0)?
On another point: I bought the 35s, which appeard at the right moment, as a replacement for my 32Sii, whose keys started to fail. I took it apart following
an will glue in a little slice of rubber to make the case press against the board.
On that occasion, I noticed that the 32S can also display messages using equations and flag 10. Was this a documented feature?
Thanks for reading this up to here,
yours sincerely, Peter.