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Recovery Modes - HP -28S Manual

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DEC Base ( DEC. ,. Binary integers entered without base markers
are interpreted in base 10. All binary integers are displayed in base 10
and show a Hd H base marker.
HEX Base (
HEX. ,.
Binary integers entered without base markers
are interpreted in base 16. All binary integers are displayed in base 16
and show an HhH base marker.
OCT Base (
OCT. ,.
Binary integers entered without base markers
are interpreted in base 8. All binary integers are displayed in base 8
and show a
H OH
base marker.
BIN Base (
BIN. ,.
Binary integers entered without base markers
are interpreted in base 2. All binary integers are displayed in base 2
and show a Hb H base marker.
Binary Integer Wordsize
The current wordsize can range from 1 bit through 64 bits.
It
controls
how binary integers are displayed; also, binary integers are truncated
to the current wordsize when used as arguments or returned as re-
sults. To set the wordsize to
n,
execute
n
S
HJ
S
(store wordsize).
Recovery Modes
The recovery modes determine whether copies are made of command
lines, of the stack, and of arguments to commands. These copies can
help you to recover if you make a mistake.
CMD Mode
This mode determines whether a copy of the command line is saved
when you press
1
ENTER
1
(or a key that performs ENTER).
CMD On (
CMO. ,.
Command lines are saved for recovery by
.1
COMMAND
I.
210
24: Modes
I

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