# HP 48gII User Manual Page 690

Graphing calculator.

values may be a tedious process.
those units to the input and output values. We will illustrate these options by
modifying yet once more the program @@@p@@@, as follows.
Recall the contents of program @@@p@@@ to the stack by using ‚@@@p@@@, and
modify them to look like this:
Note: I've separated the program arbitrarily into several lines for easy
reading. This is not necessarily the way that the program shows up in the
calculator's stack. The sequence of commands is correct, however.
recall that the character
new line.
"Enter V,T,n [S.I.]: " {"
«
INPUT OBJ→ → V T n
V '1_m^3' *
T '1_K' *
«
V "V" →TAG →STR "
«
"n" →TAG →STR "
'(8.31451_J/(K*mol))*(n*T/V)' EVAL "p" →TAG →STR + + +
MSGBOX " " "
This new version of the program includes an additional level of sub-
programming (i.e., a third level of program symbols
using lists, i.e.,
V '1_m^3' * { } + T '1_K' * + n '1_mol' * + EVAL → V T n
The interpretation of this piece of code is as follows. (We use input string
values of :V:0.01, :T:300, and :n:0.8):
1. V
2. '1_m^3'
3. *
You could have the program itself attach
does not show in the stack, instead it produces a
:V:
:T:
n '1_mol' * → V T n
" + T "T" →TAG →STR "
" +
: The value of V, as a tagged input (e.g., V:0.01) is
placed in the stack.
: The S.I. units corresponding to V are then placed in
stack level 1, the tagged input for V is moved to
stack level 2.
: By multiplying the contents of stack levels 1 and 2,
Also,
:n: " {2 0} V }
" + n
", and some steps
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