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Programmedmed Calculation 1. Before Executing The Programmed Calculation; Modes; Step Setting - Canon Canola SX-300 series Instructions Manual

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IV Programmed Calculation
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1. Before Executing the Program Calcu lation
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1. Modes
In order to perform different sorts of operations,
(program storing, executing, amending or editing, etc)
an intended mode must be set by
depressin~
a
corresponding mode key.
The functions of each mode are as follows;
1-1 Operation Mode (OPE)
For execution of program calculation and ordi-
nary
manual
calculations. When the power
supply switch is turned ON, the Calculator is set
automatically in this mode. None of the status
indicating lamps are lit when set in this mode.
1·2 Learn Mode (LRN)
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For storing program th rough the keyboard. When
set in this mode, a status indicating lamp, the
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LRN Lamp, is lit. When an instruction key is
depressed, the program instruction is given and
memorized, and one program step advances
automatically. An instruction incorrectly stored
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can be amended immediately after it is stored.
Diaplay shows the step number.
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1·3 Check Mode (CHECK)
For amending and listing a program. When set in
this mode, a status indicating lamp, the CHE
Lamp, is lit. The program does not step forward
automatically except in the case of inserting.
Program amendments, including rewriting, in-
serting, and erasing, are possible. (For further
details, see IV
§
1. 5-1. (2) P14)
1-4 Debug Mode (DEBUG)
For carrying out program calculation step by
step. When set in this mode, a status indicating
lamp, the DBG Lamp, is lit. Program execution
does not step forward automatically and the
key must be depressed if you wish to advance the
program further. (Forfurther details, see IV
§
1.
5-2. (2) P17)
2. Step Setting
Step-set is setting the program step in order to start
from the desired step in program input, amendment,
editing, transffering. or executing. Step setting can be
performed in any mode, and the step number will
be retained in changing the mode. When a step is
set, the Display indicates the step number. Step
setting is made by depressing the
key.
(See I
§
1. 2-2 P51 But in case of step 000, it is sub-
stituted by depreSSing the
~
c key.
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