Returns a subsection from the right of a list or string, or the right hand side of an equation.

right(*equation*)

right(*list-or-string*,*length*)

**Menu Location**

- Press 2nd MATH to enter the MATH popup menu.
- Press 3 to enter the List submenu.
- Press B to select right(.

This command works on all calculators.

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When applied to a list or a string, right(*x*,*length*) gets the last (right-most) *length* elements/characters of *x*.

When applied to an equation (such as x=5) or an inequality (such as x<3), right() returns the right-hand side of the equation. This only works for equations that don't get simplified: right(2+2=4) will not work, because 2+2=4 will return 'true' first.

```
:right({1,2,3,4,5},3)
{3 4 5}
:right("TI-Basic Developer",9)
"Developer"
:right(x^2+2x+1>0)
0
:right({1,2,3,4,5},0)
{}
```

# Error Conditions

**260 - Domain error** happens when the argument is not a list, string, or equation, or is an equation that has simplified.