If you're attempting to edit an existing object, using EDIT or VISIT,
and a copy of the unsuccessful command line is saved in the com-
mand stack, purge the original copy of the object, press
to recover the command line containing the edited object, and press
to enter the edited version.
Low Memory! If fewer than 128 bytes of free memory remain,
flashes once in the top line of the display. This mes-
sage will flash at every keystroke until additional memory is available.
Clear unneeded objects from memory before continuing your
No Room To Show Stack.
is sometimes possible for the HP-28S
to complete all pending operations, and not have enough free mem-
ory left for the normal stack display. In this case, the calculator
in the top line of the display.
Those lines of the display that would normally display stack objects,
now show those objects only by type, for example,
and so on.
The amount of memory required to display a stack object varies with
the object type-algebraics usually require the most memory. Clear
one or more objects from memory, or store a stack object as a variable
so that it does not have to be displayed.
Out of Memory. In the extreme case of low memory, there is insuffi-
cient memory for the calculator to do anything-display the stack,
show menu labels, build a command line, and so on. In this situation,
clear some memory before continuing. A special
procedure is activated, which will create a display:
Out of Memory
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