(That "E" is the small E meaning 10^)
To me it gives something of " 1,R▶…". Can anyone explain this?
Can you give a more exact output?
Well it shows a "1,R▶…" at the right edge of the screen and when I press the left arrow key it also shows "…Pr(" at the left edge of the screen and if I press the left arrow key after that I get an "R▶Pr(" at the left (at the right edge the "1,R▶…" always remains).
I just get 1E10 as the answer :/
Gathering from a search on United-TI, I'm going to hazard a guess and say that an ASM program spilled data into the region of memory responsible for the RNG, which sits right next to the area that is used for drawing sprites. The solution, normally, is seeding rand…
Yea I think I found out what program, Omnicalc (more precisely the thousand separator). By being bored and pressing some random combination of keys (means I have no idea how) I got a weird bug where the screen is filled with question marks and pieces of the programs I have. So I had to remove the battery and got a ram clear which also switched off the program and the strange number changed to E10 again.
But it's still strange that the normal E10 doesn't give the bug while the 1 generated by the rand does…