Problem: History to entry line [up]...[copy]

07202018, 05:34 PM
(This post was last modified: 08292018 11:47 AM by compsystems.)
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Problem: History to entry line [up]...[copy]
Hello
recent firmware Quote:"HP Prime Graphing Calculator /!\ the items 1,3, and 5 must be done manually [shift] [cas] (settings), the autosimplify xcas command has not yet been included in the hpprime cas catalog, this is a problem because from the history view or program I can not control the output format, result unexpected outputs. Request hpprime team, please include it in the next firmware version the autosimplify xcas cmd Thanks please follow the steps below to check the bugs 1: autosimplify(None); [enter] // set manually to simplify: none 2: answer:=domain((1/(x+1)),x); returns x≠1 // ok [up] [copy] x<>1 // lost pretty print 2.1: [up][up] [copy] answer=domain((1/(x+1)),x); // the symbol ( : ) is lost: [enter] returns True=x<>1 ? [up] [copy] equal(True,x<>1) ? 3: autosimplify('regroup'); // set manually to simplify: minimum [enter] 4: answer:=domain((1/(x+1)),x); returns 1 // Why? 5: autosimplify('simplify'); [enter] // set manually to simplify: maximum 6: answer:=domain((1/(x+1)),x); returns 1 // Why? 7: a=b [up] [copy] equal(a,b) // lost pretty print 8: poly2symb(poly1[1,2,3])/poly2symb(poly1[4,5,6]) returns (x^2+2*x+3)/(4*x^2+5*x+6) // ok 9: Bug with Entry flag: set to textbook (poly1[1,2,3])/(poly1[4,5,6]) returns (poly1[1,2,3])/(poly1[4,5,6]) // ok [up][copy] poly1*([1,2,3]/poly1)[4,5,6] ? [enter] "Index outside range : 4, vector size is 3 Error: Invalid dimension" ? poly1 is a reserved word, prefix of an array that means that the data type is a polynomial, it can not be interpreted as variable, that's the problem. 10: (x^36*x^2+11*x6  x=y) + (x^4x^36*x^2+11*x6)/x^6) :; returns "Done" // ok but [up] nodisp( (x^36*x^2+11*x6  x=y) + (x^4x^36*x^2+11*x6)/x^6) ) [enter] nodisp( (x^3.... lost nodisp xcas cmd, The command nodisp is used in xcas to not show the result or output, very useful when the output is very "large", another example M0:=ranm(50,50) [enter] [[49,31,68,39,82 .... 

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Problem: History to entry line [up]...[copy]  compsystems  07202018 05:34 PM
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