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Purging All Objects On The Sd Card (by Reformatting); Specifying A Directory On An Sd Card - HP 50g User Manual

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Purging all objects on the SD card (by
reformatting)
You can purge all objects from the SD card by reformatting it. When an SD
card is inserted, @FORMA appears an additional menu item in File Manager.
Selecting this option reformats the entire card, a process which also deletes
every object on the card.

Specifying a directory on an SD card

You can store, recall, evaluate and purge objects that are in directories on
an SD card. Note that to work with an object at the root level of an SD
card, the ³ key is used. But when working with an object in a
subdirectory, the name containing the directory path must be enclosed
using the ...Õ keys.
For example, suppose you want to store an object called PROG1 into a
directory called PROGS on an SD card. With this object still on the first
level of the stack, press:
!ê3™...Õ~~progs.../
This will store the object previously on the stack onto the SD card into the
directory named PROGS into an object named PROG1.
NOTE: If PROGS does not exist, the directory will be automatically
created.
You can specify any number of nested subdirectories. For example, to refer
to an object in a third-level subdirectory, your syntax would be:
Note that pressing ~.../ produces the forward slash character.
prog1`K
:3:"DIR1/DIR2/DIR3/NAME"
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