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Nonprogrammable Functions; Programming With Base - HP 35s User Manual

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For example, to see the checksum for the current program (the "cylinder" program):
Keys:
(In RPN mode)
 
()
 
(hold)
If your checksum does not match this number, then you have not entered this
program correctly.
You will see that all of the application programs provided in chapters 16 and 17
include checksum values with each labeled routine so that you can verify the
accuracy of your program entry.
In addition, each equation in a program has a checksum. See "To enter an
equation in a program line" earlier in this chapter.

Nonprogrammable Functions

The following functions of the HP 35s are not programmable:
Ø
×
Ö
,
,
,
 
Ø
 ×
,
:

Programming with BASE

You can program instructions to change the base mode using
settings work in programs just as they do as functions executed from the keyboard.
13-24
Simple Programming
Display:
 



()
()
Õ
Displays label C, which takes
67 bytes.
Checksum and length.
 
 
label line number
 
 
 
Description:
()
 
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