where is the tilde on t-83+.I know it is basic but can someone please help
Date: 01 Oct 2014 22:41
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If you are viewing the code on the computer, not a calculator, the tilde character is the token for the negative sign. This would be the (-) button on the calculator.
There is a distinction between "~" and "-" because the first is the negative sign, while the last is the minus operator.
Sometimes in looking at code through SourceCoder on Cemetech, I find a capital A with a tilde-like thing on top. What is this supposed to represent?
If I remember correctly, this may be the STO character (→).
However, to be sure of this please provide a link of the program that results in this. If you think that this is Sourcecoder's fault, feel free to create a free account at Cemetech and report the bug.
No, a STO character in source coder looks like "->"
The only place with an A with a tilde-like thing on top in source coder is in the "Accented Letters" area. I'm guessing you could probably access these accented letters through a program like Chars.
If you have a tilde before the A however, the tilde signifies the negative sign(as previously said on this page).
I think he means Ã or ã
live the life because the life is good —vivir la vida, porque la vida es buena
Vie la vie que la vie est bonne quod est bonum vitae in vita
lebe das Leben, weil das Leben ist gut —vivere la vita, perché la vita è buona
According to this page, "If you find that a specific message board doesn't support one or more of the tags provided, then you should use the more accommodating ASCII Output Codes instead.". An ã maps to 0xC6 in ascii, and this respectively maps to Σ on the calculator. The Ã maps to the lowercase sigma. I'm not actually certain this is what you're looking for, but it seems correlated.