# Obj; Oct; Off - HP 48gII Advanced User's Reference Manual

Graphing calculator.

## OBJ

Type:
Command
Description: Object to Stack Command: Separates an object into its components. For some object types, the
number of components is returned as item n+1 (stack level 1).
If the argument is a complex number, list, array, or string, OBJ
C R, LIST , ARRY , and STR , respectively. For lists, OBJ
list elements. If the argument is an array, OBJ
where m is the number of rows and n is the number of columns.
For algebraic objects, OBJ
... arg
), the number of arguments of the top-level function (n), and the name of the top-level
n
function (function).
If the argument is a string, the object sequence defined by the string is executed.
Access:
...&NL
!°L
Input/Output:
ARRY , C R, DTAG, EQ , LIST , R C, STR ,

### OCT

Type:
Command
Description: Octal Mode Command: Selects octal base for binary integer operations.
(The default base is decimal.) Binary integers require the prefix #. Binary integers entered and
returned in octal base automatically show the suffix o. If the current base is not octal, enter an
octal number by ending it with o. It will be displayed in the current base when entered. The
current base does not affect the internal representation of binary integers as unsigned binary
numbers.
...ã
Access:
Flags:
Binary Integer Wordsize (-5 through -10), Binary Integer Base (-11, -12)
Input/Output: None
BIN, DEC, HEX, RCWS, STWS

### OFF

Type:
Command
Description: Off Command: Turns off the calculator.
When executed from a program, that program will resume execution when the calculator is
turned on. This provides a programmable "autostart." ( i.e., a programmable ...ç).
„°LL
Access:
returns the arguments of the top-level (least-nested) function (arg
TYPE OBJ
LIST OBJ
OBJ
L
CHARS
OBJ
Level 1/Argument 1
(x, y)
{ obj
, ... ,obj
}
1
n
[ x
, ... ,x
]
1
n
[[ x
, ... ,x
]]
1 1
m n
"obj"
'symb'
x_unit
:tag:obj
OCT
L
RUN
OFF
also returns the dimensions { m n } of the array,
( °is the left-shift of the Nkey).
( °is the left-shift of the Nkey).
( °is the left-shift of the Nkey).
Level
/Item
n+1
1
obj
1
x
1
x
1 1
arg
... arg
1
n
TAG
(ã is the right-shift of the 3key).
( °is the left-shift of the Nkey).
Full Command and Function Reference 3-113
provides the same functions as
also returns the number of
Level
Level
/Item
/Item
2
n
1
x
y
obj
n
n
x
{ n }
n
x
{ m, n }
m n
evaluated object
n
'function'
x
1_unit
obj
"tag"
1
n+1