Is there any way to remove ALL lists except L1-6 (or maybe remove them, I don't care) from memory, not just the stat editor?
If I am not mistaken there is no single command but you can do:
ClrList L₁ ,L₂ ,L₃ ,L₄ ,L₅ ,L₆
well, for that matter, I could just do SetUpEditor, but I want to delete them, not just set their dim to 0
Itisn't very hard…press [2nd], [+], , and go down to the lists section. Then delete them. If you want to delete them during a program, I'm not sure, but Delvar might work (just a guess though.)
That would be a singularly cruel thing for a program to do, so it's a good thing you can't. You can use DelVar to delete those lists that you know about, but not all of them.
ClrAllLists can set the dimensions of all lists to 0.
All right. I'll spill what I'm actually working on. I'm making a program that creates hundreds of lists, and archives them, so it will ask you "are you sure" when you delete them. It's revenge for a practical joke my sister played on me before. If you noticed, I also asked how to create prgms on the computer earlier. That's so I can use the Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V functions. I'm gonna use the screen off hec code to make it look like her calc's off, while using Onblock to block the on button.
What was the joke that your sister played on you?
I think a better joke would be installing Krolypto on your sister's calculator, and then setting the password to something only you know. You can pretty much lock your sister out of her calculator :D
well, we've been pranking each other ever since I got my ti-84+se in July last year.(she got an 83+ in February 2007) the pranks kept escalating till she finally resorted to playing computer tricks which she gets from Life hacker. Unfortunately, I already played the Krolypto trick on her, then told her how to crack in using the del on startup