Full list of available commands

06132015, 07:31 AM
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RE: Full list of available commands
(06132015 12:49 AM)eried Wrote: I'm going to update the csv with the new fw codes soon, but what else is needed? are the xcas commands implemented (but hidden) in the prime? it would be interesting... Other interesting thing is highlight the difference between Home and CAS form of commands (i.e. lu() and LU() give a different output...) Salvo ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime 50g 41CX 71b 42s 12C 15C  DM42 WP34s :: Prime Soft. Lib 

06132015, 07:42 PM
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RE: Full list of available commands
So... do we need to document all uppercase, lowercase, cas, home commands? These are too much combinations. I just ended updating the commands for last fw. Check the attachment.
I might be able to extract the "Other" submenu commands but I am thinking these are just the same ones from the catalog but with another name (Separator used in the csv is ; and this file can be uncompressed in PrimeHelp / PrimeComm directory in program files to update the reference) My website: erwin.ried.cl 

06132015, 09:14 PM
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RE: Full list of available commands
(06132015 07:42 PM)eried Wrote: So... do we need to document all uppercase, lowercase, cas, home commands?... thank you for reference! For now it's already useful also so as it is. Salvo EDIT: I hope that also this web site would be updated with the new FW reference :) ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime 50g 41CX 71b 42s 12C 15C  DM42 WP34s :: Prime Soft. Lib 

06132015, 09:21 PM
(This post was last modified: 06132015 09:37 PM by eried.)
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RE: Full list of available commands
New commands in the latest fw compared to the older reference I extracted several updates ago:
Code: betad New symbols added to the Help catalog: Removed commands: Code: ` About the issue with 'COMMAND' and 'command' being interpreted different, I think I found a way to differentiate them (or at least detect the unaffected commands, where upper case does the same as lower case): 1) In the programming editor, type a command in uppercase and press HELP 2) Repeat in lower case Does the reference matches? (I can automate this check, but there is a chance that some commands just use an alias for convenience and this check will not really do anything useful) My website: erwin.ried.cl 

06132015, 09:53 PM
(This post was last modified: 07052015 06:16 PM by Arno K.)
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RE: Full list of available commands
(06132015 07:42 PM)eried Wrote: So... do we need to document all uppercase, lowercase, cas, home commands? These are too much combinations. I just ended updating the commands for last fw. Check the attachment. Well, I think that this would be nice, but here HP should first fill the catalogue with all available commands in all provided spellings AND catalogue should list every command, as some only can be found in categories,others only in the catalogue. Thank you for your work. Today I went through a manual for xcas and found some interesting commands that are not to be found with the oncalchelp: op() works on the prime, was already mentioned by Han, I think the connected command, sommet(), is ont available on the prime part() delivers subexpressions, i.e. (x^2+(x1)*(y+2)+2,2)>(x1)*(y+2) truncate() can be used to cut off a polynomial at a given degree: x^3x^2,2)>x^2 makemat() exists in a functionversion,too, like makelist, both seem to work in CASprograms convert can be used to convert numbers to a given base: convert(127,base,8)>[7,7,1] 127 equals 1*64+7*8+7, base 9 and other bases also work convert can be used to make a polynomial from a series, I know that there is the possibility to do that in taylor directly, but for completeness: convert(taylor(sin(x)),Polynom)>1/120*x^51/6*x^3+x I'm curious to see if there are more commands to be found. Arno 

07032015, 02:10 AM
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RE: Full list of available commands
(06112015 02:59 PM)Marcio Wrote: Would that be this one list? Very very interesting list, thank you for posting it. 

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