1 Calculation result exceeds calcula-
2 Calculation is performed outside the
3 Illogical operation (division by zero,
1 No corresponding Lbl n for Goto n.
2 No program stored in program area
• Nesting of subroutines by Prog n
exceeds 10 levels.
• Execution of calculations that exceed
the capacity of the stack for numeric
values or stack for calculations.
1 Specified expanded value memory
2 Not enough memory to expand
3 Not enough memory to store statisti-
4 Not enough memory to hold function
Incorrect argument specification for a
command that requires an argument.
input range of a function.
does not exist.
value memories specified number.
input in the Graph Mode for graph
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Check the input numeric value and
When using memories, check that
the numeric values stored in memo-
ries are correct.
1Correctly input a Lbl n to correspond
to the Goto n, or delete the Goto n if
2Store a program in program area
Prog n, or delete the Prog n if not
• Ensure that Prog n is not used to
return from subroutines to main
routine. If used, delete any unneces-
sary Prog n.
• Trace the subroutine jump destina-
tions and ensure that no jumps are
made back to the original program
area. Ensure that returns are made
• Simplify the formulas to keep stacks
within 10 levels for the numeric
values and 26 levels for the calcula-
• Divide the formula into two or more
to correctly expand
the number of value memories.
• Keep the number of value memo-
ries you use for the operation
within the number of value memo-
ries currently available.
• Simplify the data you are trying to
store to keep it within the available
• Delete no longer needed data to
make room for the new data.
Correct the argument.
• Sci n, Fix n: n = integer from 0
• Lbl n, Goto n: n = integer from 0
through 9, or alpha character from A
• Prog n: n = 0 through 9.
• Defm n: n = integer from 0 up to the
number of remaining bytes.