Font; For - HP 48gII Advanced User's Reference Manual

Graphing calculator.

Description: Font Function: Returns the system FONT8 object. You use this in conjunction with the
FONT command to set the system font to type 8.
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Access:
Input/Output:
FONT6, FONT7,

FONT

Type:
Function
Description: Returns the current system font.
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Access:
Input/Output:
FONT6, FONT7, FONT8,
FONT
Type:
Function
Description: Set font Function: Sets the system font. You use this in conjunction with one of the three font
commands to set the system font. Valid input is any font object (TYPE 30) of size 6, 7, or 8.
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Access:
Input/Output:
FONT6, FONT7, FONT8, FONT

FOR

Type:
Command Operation
Description: FOR Definite Loop Structure Command: Starts FOR ... NEXT and FOR ... STEP definite
loop structures.
Definite loop structures execute a command or sequence of commands a specified number of
times.
• A FOR ... NEXT loop executes a program segment a specified number of times using a local
variable as the loop counter. You can use this variable within the loop. The RPL syntax is this:
x
x
start
finish
The algebraic syntax is this:
FOR (counter,x
FOR takes x
creates the local variable counter as a loop counter. Then, the loop clause is executed; counter
can be referenced or have its value changed within the loop clause. NEXT increments
counter by one, and then tests whether counter is less than or equal to x
clause is repeated (with the new value of counter).
When the loop is exited, counter is purged.
• FOR ... STEP works just like FOR ... NEXT, except that it lets you specify an increment
value other than 1. The syntax RPL is:
x
x
start
finish
The algebraic syntax is:
8
FONT
Level 1/Argument 1
FONT, FONT
FONT
Level 1/Argument 1
FONT
FONT
Level 1/Argument 1
Font object
FOR counter loop-clause NEXT
,x
)loop-clause NEXT
start
finish
and x
as the beginning and ending values for the loop counter, then
start
finish
FOR counter loop-clause
STEP
x
increment
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Level 1/Item 1
Font object
Level 1/Item 1
Font object
Level 1/Item 1
. If so, the loop
finish