Question about HP 17bII+ Calculator
Could someone please help me on how to name the equations so that I dont have to scroll looking for the equation by just seeing the equations inputs, I want to save serveral equations and organize them by name so when I look for the equation I can find it by looking at the name.
Naming the equation via MY_NAME:ABC=0*L(A:blah blah and so on) will help somewhat, but if you want to search for the equation by your assigned name, you are out of luck, that functionality is not there. The best you can do is SAVE your equations in alphabetical order (by name) by creating the new equation at the right place in your sequence of equations. Then you can get to the beginning of the list by (gold or blue, depending upon which version of the 17bii+ you have) up-arrow, and down-arrow for the end of the list. It would be great if you could search for the name, but HP has not included that functionality.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Use the colon
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