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Electrical formulas
02-13-2014, 08:32 PM
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RE: Electrical formulas
Greek letters are allowed as variables with certain limits. You can't (shouldn't) create a variable that is already defined as a constant or operation (sigma, pi, etc.)

To get to commonly used Greek characters use the shift-9 popup menu. If you need something more exotic, use the "Chars" menu to select from any of ~65K Unicode characters. Once you are in the "Characters" selection window, you can go directly to the full set of Greek characters by clicking on the "More" softkey and selecting "Greek and Coptic" from the menu.

While subscripts are not allowed, the convention is to just append the subscript's number to the variable (e.g. e0).


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Electrical formulas - john jensen - 02-13-2014, 06:18 PM
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