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(10C) ABSolute value Function - Gamo - 01-08-2019 06:43 AM
This little program steps is use for [ABS] the "Absolute Value" function. This program steps only use "Test Function" while other method use Arithmetic calculations to get the Absolute Value. Here is the Arithmetic method: [X^2] [√X] Test Function method: 0 [X<>Y] [X≤Y] [CHS] ---------------------------------------------------- Example: Program to calculate + or - [√X] using ABS 100 [R/S] display 10 100 [CHS] [R/S] display 10 --------------------------------------------------- Program: Calculate [√X] using ABS to only return positive value Code:
Remark: This routine also work on HP-12C Gamo RE: (10C) ABSolute value Function - Paul Dale - 01-08-2019 07:47 AM
Shouldn't the last step be + not square root? Pauli RE: (10C) ABSolute value Function - Gamo - 01-08-2019 08:07 AM
Usually the last line with √X is just the example. Program without example is 01 0 02 X<>Y 03 X≤Y 04 CHS That example on line 05 √X When run any number it will always be positive then use square root. Gamo RE: (10C) ABSolute value Function - Gamo - 01-09-2019 03:12 AM
Example program to demonstrate the use of ABSolute Value. This program make endless loop to keep subtracting 1 to accumulate negative value then use ABS to make it positive. [R/S] display "-1" 1 keep continue ...... Program: Code:
Gamo RE: (10C) ABSolute value Function - Paul Dale - 01-09-2019 04:14 AM
I was thinking about + removing the 0 from Y. But since it was an example, it isn't important. RE: (10C) ABSolute value Function - Eddie W. Shore - 01-11-2019 04:54 AM
I use the first method ([X^2] [√X]) for the HP 12C. |