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If you are seeing this error after typing an equation in, it most likely means you are trying to use/override a variable that is in use by the system or a program that is currently running. If this is the case, your best bet is to use a different variable.

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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Hello,
One variable you created has the same name as a system variable, or a flash application variable. Variables such as theses are protected: you cannot modify them.
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Restricting character input You can use the SetInputTextType command to restrict the characters that the user can enter in the text input dialog box. For example, suppose an application contains an input text field for users to provide a numeric value, such as their age, and that the input text field has the variable name ageVar. To ensure that the user enters only numeric values in the text input dialog box, you could add the following code to your application:
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"variable or flash application in use"


Hello,
First stop the application that is running [2nd][Quit] or [Escape]
From Home screen
[Apps][Data/Matrix Editor/][3:new] name the data set when asked.
A table is displayed Enter the values in list c1 and c2 You can rename the variables in header.
When finished press [F5:calc]
In calculation type right arrow select 5:linReg in front of x enter c1, in front of y enter c2 and [enter] to save. the equation shows when you press [ENTER]

Hope it helps.

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When you download a program make it is saved to ram and not to archive.

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