Nontrivial operations in RPN mode

05042015, 08:09 PM
(This post was last modified: 05042015 08:11 PM by Marcio.)
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Nontrivial operations in RPN mode
Hello,
I read the manual but it does not mention it'd be possible for commands to take more than 1 argument from the stack. Does anybody know how to do that? Or is RPN still limited to basic operations like cos(a), sin(b) etc? Thanks Marcio 

05042015, 08:13 PM
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RE: Nontrivial operations in RPN mode
(05042015 08:09 PM)Marcio Wrote: I read the manual but it does not mention it'd be possible for commands to take more than 1 argument from the stack. Does anybody know how to do that? Or is RPN limited to basic operations like cos(a), sin(b) etc? Include the number of arguments as an argument to the command in RPN mode: 1 [ENTER] 2 [ENTER] cmd(2) executes the 'cmd' command instructing it to take 2 numbers from the stack. Jonathan 

05042015, 08:15 PM
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RE: Nontrivial operations in RPN mode
(05042015 08:13 PM)Jonathan Cameron Wrote: Include the number of arguments as an argument to the command in RPN mode: What I would like to know is how to create programmed functions that take a predetermined number of parameters that you define in the function definition, so you do not need to tell the function how many arguments are needed. Jonathan 

05042015, 08:23 PM
(This post was last modified: 05042015 09:24 PM by Marcio.)
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RE: Nontrivial operations in RPN mode
(05042015 08:13 PM)Jonathan Cameron Wrote:(05042015 08:09 PM)Marcio Wrote: I read the manual but it does not mention it'd be possible for commands to take more than 1 argument from the stack. Does anybody know how to do that? Or is RPN limited to basic operations like cos(a), sin(b) etc? Brilliant! Thanks Jonathan. This way I can kinda 'emulate' the 50g inside the Prime, and at a small price of writing specific programs for the commands I use the most. Luckily, I can group them into a single program. Very much appreciated. Made my day! Marcio 

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