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User Memory And The Stack; Managing Calculator Memory - HP 35s User Manual

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User Memory and the Stack

This appendix covers
The allocation and requirements of user memory,
How to reset the calculator without affecting memory,
How to clear (purge) all of user memory and reset the system defaults, and
Which operations affect stack lift.

Managing Calculator Memory

The HP 35s has 30KB of user memory available to you for any combination of
stored data (variables, equations, or program lines). SOLVE, ∫ FN, and statistical
calculations also require user memory. (The ∫ FN operation is particularly
"expensive" to run.)
All of your stored data is preserved until you explicitly clear it. The message
  means that there is currently not enough memory available for the
operation you just attempted. You need to clear some (or all) of user memory. For
instance, you can:
Clear any or all equations (see "Editing and Clearing Equations" in chapter
6).
Clear any or all programs (see "Clearing One or More Programs" in chapter
13).
Clear all of user memory (press
To see how much memory is available, press
number of bytes available.

User Memory and the Stack
()).
. The display shows the
B
B-1

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