%%HP: T(0)A(D)F(.); meaning - Printable Version +- HP Forums (https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum) +-- Forum: HP Calculators (and very old HP Computers) (/forum-3.html) +--- Forum: General Forum (/forum-4.html) +--- Thread: %%HP: T(0)A(D)F(.); meaning (/thread-9651.html) %%HP: T(0)A(D)F(.); meaning - jsrl - 12-07-2017 11:24 PM Hello HP Forum community. I bought my HP50g a couple years ago but never venture into the world of RPL program until now. I first started with simple scripts on the calculator but now I'm working on a "big" project and started using the HPUserEdit editor because of online recommendations. I'm very curious about the first line of all scripts in this editor: Code: `%%HP: T(0)A(D)F(.);` What does it mean? I did some online search and I couldn't find any information. By experimentation, I've noticed that Code: `F(.)` deals with the format of the fraction mark. I would be thankful if someone could explain what this line of code means. Thank you for the attention. P.S.: I'm sorry if this was already asked before, but I couldn't find anything explaining about it. If you know any resource that explains this in depth, please show me where can I find. RE: %%HP: T(0)A(D)F(.); meaning - Joe Horn - 12-08-2017 01:25 AM The header codes for the HP 48/49/50 are all explained here: http://www.hpcalc.org/hp48/docs/faq/48faq-6.html#ss6.12 RE: %%HP: T(0)A(D)F(.); meaning - pier4r - 12-10-2017 11:20 AM Good question and good answer! I never investigated myself.