~! 7, 8, or 9
ƒ & $
$ & C
G - 2 Keyboard Shortcuts
( ! &L)
( @ &N)
Brings up the character menu
Places back-tics on the command line
( @ &O)
Modifies the most recent letter on the command line to
make the character international.
Holding these two keys during the entire turn-on routine
prevents all added libraries from being attached AND
prevents 'STARTUP' from being executed. This is useful if
the calculator seems to hang up during turn-on.
Warmstart. Clears the stack, PICT, LASTARG, and other
temporary things like those, and turns off USER Mode.
Doesn't clear any variables. Useful when the calculator is
taking too long to finish a complicated function and
pressing $ doesn't seem to interrupt it. Also useful if
you lock out the keyboard with a bad USER mode set of
Displays the current ROM's version and build numbers,
then enters Factory Test Mode. Press $& C to exit
Like $& D but a friendlier and more complete set of
tests, designed for the end-user. Follow the instructions on
the screen. Do NOT format the SD card unless you wish
to lose all of its contents!
Print Screen. Send the current display to the current printer
Adjusts the display contrast up.
Adjusts the display contrast down.
Forces the very next system interrupt to be ignored. This is
( $ &9)
intended to allow the user to shutdown rapidly repeating
alarms, but it must be noted that keystrokes also cause a
system interrupt, so be sure NOT to press any key between
pressing $& Ó and the next repeating alarm, or the
alarm will come due and continue repeating.