Is there a function I can use to take a list and output as a value/number the nth element of that list? With n as an argument, of course.
Sorry, I was imprecise. I need to be able to work with the outputted value within the program, store it to variables, et cetera. I don't mean display it on the screen.
But what is this (sorry, I don't know how to make that codebox you have):
L1(N) is just what you want — it gets you the Nth element of L1. N can be a fixed number, variable, or an expression, and you can also store to L1(N) which will change the Nth element.
Wow, that is so simple. I had always thought TI-BASIC was such a horrible language because you can't do the simplest operations with lists and whatnot. Well, that's still sort of true. But thanks!
@Anon: The way you make the codebox is by using the [[code]] tag. If you are lazy, you can also click on the "i++" button on the far right in the toolbar that appears above the post box in the editor.