Numerically Index Words Routine Summary

Retrieves a word from an indexed string of words with an index number.

Inputs

A - The word's index number
Str0 - The index of words

Outputs

Str1 - The word

Variables Used

A, Str0, Str1

Calculator Compatibility

TI-83/84/+/SE

Author

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``````:"000Word......001another..."→Str0
:sub(Str0,3+inString(Str0,sub("0123456789",iPart(A/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(iPart(A/10)/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(A/10)+1,1)),10)→Str1```
```

The routine converts the number into a string then searches for that in the string of words and stores the characters that follow it. Input in some 3 digit number ex: 001 would correspond to word 001. 102 would correspond to word 102. The routine itself can store up to 1000 10 letter words. I developed this for the purpose of storing and retrieving Pokemon names in the game I am developing but I am sure that there are other uses.

• Acceptable inputs: zero, positive integers up to 999
• Error inducing inputs: decimals, negative numbers, numbers over 1000

This example of the routine would display "helloworld",

``````:1→A
:"000worldhello001helloworld"→Str0
:sub(Str0,3+inString(Str0,sub("0123456789",iPart(A/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(iPart(A/10)/10),1))+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(A/10)+1,1)),10)→Str1
:Disp Str1```
```

If A were 0 instead of 1, then the output would be "worldhello".
In this modified version of the code it would output "helloworlditsme" a 15 letter code while still only displaying 10 letter words for any other input. You can see how by looking at the end of the 3rd line of programming it adds a value of 5 to the length of the outputted string under the condition of A being equal to 1

``````:1→A
:"000worldhello001helloworlditsme002helloworld"→Str0
:sub(Str0,3+inString(Str0,sub("0123456789",iPart(A/010)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(iPart(A/10)/10),1))+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(A/10)+1,1)),10+5(A=1))→Str1
:Disp Str1```
```

# Error Conditions

• ERR:INVALID DIM is thrown when the input number is either over 999 or under 0

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