Hi I'm a Machinist Tech and recently I ended up writing a program for my TI-84 that calculates the X and Y coordinates of a series of points wrapped around a circle (after asking for radius, the centre's position from the origin, number of points, and angle of first point). It works, however it currently is set up to display the angle, X, and Y coordinates of each point one at a time then waits for user to hit enter before calculating the next point. It works, but it can be tricker to discover mistakes when copying the numbers over.

What I'd like to do is somehow put the X and Y coordinates (along with the point number and angle, if possible) into a table that can be easily scrolled through. I'm not entirely sure what is the best way to do that, as it seems that matrixes only output as {1,2,3,4}{9,8,7,6} which can be tricky to navigate with six or more points with a minimum precision of four decimal places.

Any advice would be appreciated.