So it has been a personal project of mine to get a defining program set up on my calculator so i could then refer to it from physics programs in order to save memory and time from writing down the same define this as this when this is this.
But there has been one major roadblock in this defining program. Instead of wasting memory with inputting MULTIPLE defines, i thought, "Why not store the variable 'q' as the label i want to define and use the defining command to evaluate the string itself in order to save memory from writing so many defines." Easier said than done.
As it turns out the define function simply does not work for such a relative term making it a bit obsolete in the terms of memory and processing speed. However I think i figured out a way to do such methods but it can only work on the homescreen. It goes…
And it works. However, run it through a program and you lose the ans(1) command (Or entry(1) command) to the newly replaced value. THIS is what i am trying to cross by running different ways of how i can send a variable to the home screen, and store the value of x as its designated value.
From a more laymen standpoint, its almost as if i have to switch what is defined as variable, and what is defined as string within the variable.
Can anyone please give me some insight on this? (If you need something from me to help you better visualize what is going on, please let me know)