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Ok so I have a TI 82 calculator and no cable at the moment. I want too program it too have...
(by Alex (guest) 23 Feb 2017 01:15, posts: 1)
Well, it could be used in text. Outside of that, just strings.
(by Myles_Zadok 23 Feb 2017 00:46, posts: 4)
No, I far as I know, it can only be used for strings.
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Optimization: Logic and Relational Operators
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