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Can't use spaces when creating new prgm!

I've got I problem that I only just noticed; When I want to writesomething in the "program"-section, I can't press the "space"-button.Or rather, I can press it, but there's no reaction on the screen; it'sas if I haven't pressed a button at all..

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When using a program, you cant use the space button, only the enter button to start a new line.

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My casio fx-9750g plus has had new batteries fitted but when i press program it says no programs


By default there ane no programs installed. If you want to create some program, you press the key under the [NEW] tab and start typing.
If you you had transferred some programs from your computer to the calculator, you would have found them listed under the PRGM mnenu.
Here is the link to the software ressources at casio education.

Jul 19, 2012 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

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Entering in missing data on saved program


Press PRGM. Select EDIT, then the program to be edited. Move to the line before which you want the new line inserted. Press 2nd [INS] ENTER to insert a blank line. Type in the missing line.
Exit the editor when done. The saving is done automatically.

Mar 06, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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I would like to store problems on my TI 84 claculator. How do I do this?


Hi,
Go to PRGM and create a new one. Then store the information there.

Thank you

Nov 04, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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How do i program formulas into my ti-83


To begin a program, press the "PRGM" button and create a new program, naming it however you like. Now, the best way to have it evaluate your numbers as a formula is to begin with a prompt. Press "PRGM", then toggle to the "I/O" menu from the selections at the top, then select option 2, "Prompt". On the same line, list the variables you wish the formula to evaluate, separated by commas. Press "ENTER" to begin a new line, then type out the formula, placing the corresponding letters in their proper places. Instead of an equal sign, use the "STO>" key and then another letter variable using the "ALPHA" key and any letter. Finally, press "ENTER" to begin a new line, press "PRGM", browse "I/O", and find option number 3, "Disp", followed by the letter variable you specified as the answer to your eqution.

This is an example illustrating the equation, 'F=ma'

prgmFORCE
:Prompt M,A
:MA->F
:Disp F

To start the program from the home screen, press "PRGM", select "prgmFORCE", and enter it on the home screen. You will be faced with a query, as illustrated below:

M=?

Simply enter the value you desire for each variable as it appears, and the calculator will evaluate and display your solution.

Nov 11, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

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Error in running program


I agree with the previous solution and would like to add if you declare your variables using the local command then they will only reside in that program.
:prgm
:local db, e, plus other variable used in your program with a comma to separate them.
:prompt

And I think what the above solution is saying is to :Disp "k",k would work better.
I hope you used the Ti commands and not the ones you spell out on your listing, if so you might want to check them too. The store command I can understand why you typed it out.

I like the fact you want to program so remember fixYa to help you develop your programming.

Apr 01, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

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Protect program


If you can upload it to the computer, you can open it with prgm editers, and they should have a selection for protecting the prgm. The editer i used was TI-program editer, unfortunately, new windows updates made that program impossible to use on Windows XP and TI didn't update it or anything so yeah...I don't know about vista though, you can try that. Another way is to open the file through Mirage OS and 'lock' the program. To make basic prgms visible in mirage, simply put a : at the very first line. The problem with this method is that anyone with Mirage can unlock it and change it...

Mar 25, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

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STORE NOTES


you can go to PRGM and create a new one. and store info in there.

Feb 27, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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How can i store my personal info


You can create a program in the calc, called it "Pers. Info" or something like that.This is very easy, try something like:

Disp "Your Name"
Disp "Your Number"
Disp "Your Address"
etc

The Disp function is found by pressing [PRGM] [►] [3].

When you run the prog it will display all your info on the screen.

Also if you want to keep the info partially hidden, just type it in plain text in the program (without Disp). When a user tries to run the prog, it will fail because it is not written properly. Then you can access the info by simply "editing" the program.

Feb 19, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

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Save something in my calculator.


go to programs and hit new. name your program and then you can type away. This is where you can actually program programs such as as program that will do the Quadratic Program and stuff like that but that's more complicated. But now to look at that stuff hit prgm. and then edit and you can look at what you want to see. GOOD LUCK hope this helps

Jan 16, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

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Calculator


go to programs1.gif and hit new. name your program and then you can type away. This is where you can actually program programs such as as program that will do the Quadratic Program and stuff like that but that's more complicated. But now to look at that stuff hit prgm. and then edit and you can look at what you want to see. GOOD LUCK hope this helps

Jan 16, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

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