Example 2: With the two programs now stored in program memory from the
preceding examples (occupying 27 program lines in RPN mode and 33 lines in
ALG mode), store the amortization program from Section 9(page 127). Since there
are already two programs stored in program memory, we'll skip step 3 in the
procedure above. Furthermore, since the amortization program ends with a loop,
we'll skip steps 5 and 6. When the amortization program was stored at the
beginning of program memory, the i instruction at the end of the program
branched to the :0 instruction in line 002. In the RPN program, since the :0
instruction is now in line 029, we'll specify that line number with the i
instruction in line 034. In the ALG program, since the :0 instruction is now in
line 035, we'll specify that line number with the i instruction in line 041.
Section 11: Multiple Programs
024,43, 33, 000
033,43, 33, 025
027,43, 33, 019
Ensures that second program is
separated from first by i000.
Keys in program.
Halts program execution.
Branches to beginning of program.
Sets calculator back to Run mode.
(Display shown assumes results
remain from running program in
Sets calculator to Program
Sets calculator to last line
keyed into program memory.