I am making a program and I've used all but 3 of the letters for variables (that includes ⊘). Are there other ways to store strings? lists are kinda confusing to me and i don't understand them. It doesn't look like they can store strings either. thx in advance!
Date: 16 Nov 2013 21:47
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when it comes down to using lists, go check out the lists section we have. it helps to name the lists in groups.
if you every have to use more strings than 10, use the functions in conjunction with Equ▶String
Str1 → Y1 //or any function, it is probably best to use the polars or the seq function as it is lease likely to be used, and they dont affect a Func screen FnOff //only applies to the current graph mode Equ▶String(Y1, Str1
you cant use the function variables themselves as string since it is an expression, so it might help to always keep one string variable open as a temporary string
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Well it would be helpful if u told us the program, but here goes nothing.
Alright so first of all, using the delVar(A-Z) command deletes the variable.
For lists they are very easy.
First of all, use the command SetUpEditor (List name) to set up the list for edition.
To edit a list, use this format
(number) -> Lname(Number in list where u want to store it)
Hope i helped.