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Indirect addressing for labels, HP-35S
03-05-2021, 04:20 PM
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RE: Indirect addressing for labels, HP-35S
(03-05-2021 02:29 PM)Karl-Ludwig Butte Wrote:  Hello,

on page 232/233 of the HP-35S user guide you can find a list of all the functions which can be used with (I) and (J). The FN= function seems to be the only one which will interpret the contents of (I) or (J) as a label.

The fact that a XEQ(I) or GTO(I) function is missing although it was present on the HP-33S was discussed here in the forum in 2007.

What is the problem with your HP-41CV? Maybe it can be repaired. Perhaps you may open an new thread here describing the problem in detail. There are a lot of people here in the forum who maybe able to help you.

Best regards

Thanks Karl. I don't know how many times I read that section and glossed over the statement that only FN= allows the label reference. I'll read over that command and see if it works out. My 41CV suffered a drop by my then-3-year old grandson several years back, breaking one of the plastic posts for the lower screws. I did repair on it then successfully, but it recently suffered a battery corrosion leak problem that got onto traces and actually severed some of them. I know I can dive in there and do some soldering and jumpering, but I seem to be reaching a point where I'm letting old things become old, sort of like me...
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