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[secret functions] Chinese character helper?
01-28-2014, 05:41 AM (This post was last modified: 01-28-2014 05:42 AM by eried.)
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[secret functions] Chinese character helper?
I was working on this beauty:

[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.22.00%20AM.png]

when I notice that when you type a letter when selecting a character:
[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.23.02%20AM.png]

You get another grid with number as options:
[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.23.43%20AM.png]

And then you get like a subset of chinese characters:
[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.24.19%20AM.png]

________
Has anyone found another "little secrets"?


________

Other:
ON+T: Show terminal
ON+E, ON+ESC: Exam configuration
Integer editor, if you have a #number in your stack and empty entry, calling Shift+Base again will pop a little editor (where you can actually drag to edit or just modify an binary with the cursor keys, pretty sweet):
[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.37.55%20AM.png]

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01-28-2014, 07:44 AM
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RE: [secret functions] Chinese character helper?
I'm not sure if it is really 'secret', 'cause if you scroll down the 'more' menue you'll find lots more of chinese, japanese and other asian characters. The menue entries usually begin with 'CJK'.

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01-28-2014, 02:08 PM (This post was last modified: 01-28-2014 02:27 PM by compsystems.)
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RE: [secret functions] Chinese character helper?
more secrets

list[1,2,3]; returns {1,2,3} // converts a list

folder[]; returns [[]] ? unknown

in spn =(

el editor decodifica &&, || como equivalentes a and, or

true && false; returns 0 // only CAS MODE

true || false; returns 1 // only CAS MODE

comilla simple como diff

y:= x^2; { y', y'', y''' }; returns {2*x,2,0} // only CAS MODE

!= como diferente

5!=7; returns 1

PD: como requerimiento, observando la captura de pantalla, Erwin puedes agregar por favor otras opciones como

ver alfabeto griego minúsculas

Quote:"α Alfa, β Beta, γ Gamma, δ Delta, ε Épsilon, ζ Dseta, η Eta, θ Theta, ι Iota, κ Kappa, λ Lambda, μ Mi,
ν Ni, ξ Xi, ο Ómicron, π Pi, ρ Rho,σ ς Sigma, τ Tau, υ Ípsilon, φ Fi, χ Ji, ψ Psi, ω Omega"

Greek en mayusculas
Quote:"Α ALFA, Β BETA, Γ GAMMA, Δ DELTA, Ε ÉPSILON, Ζ DSETA, Η ETA, Θ THETA, Ι
IOTA, Κ KAPPA, Λ LAMBDA, Μ MI,
Ν NI, Ξ XI, Ο ÓMICRON, Π PI, Ρ RHO,Σ SIGMA, Τ TAU, Υ ÍPSILON, Φ FI, Χ JI,
Ψ PSI, Ω OMEGA"

set de caracteres ASCII 7 bits {0, .... 127 }

set de caracteres extendido ASCII 8 bits {128, .... 256 } este facilita la inserción de caracteres acentuados, útiles en especial en lengua castellana, francés, portugués

Quote:"ÀÁÂÃÄÅÆÇÈÉÊËÌÍÎÏÐÑÒÓÔÕÖ ØÙÚÛÜÝÞßàáâãäåæçèéêëìíîïðñòóôõö øùúûüýþÿ"
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05-10-2015, 07:55 PM
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RE: [secret functions] Chinese character helper?
(01-28-2014 05:41 AM)eried Wrote:  I was working on this beauty:

[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.22.00%20AM.png]

when I notice that when you type a letter when selecting a character:
[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.23.02%20AM.png]

You get another grid with number as options:
[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.23.43%20AM.png]

And then you get like a subset of chinese characters:
[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.24.19%20AM.png]

________
Has anyone found another "little secrets"?


________

Other:
ON+T: Show terminal
ON+E, ON+ESC: Exam configuration
Integer editor, if you have a #number in your stack and empty entry, calling Shift+Base again will pop a little editor (where you can actually drag to edit or just modify an binary with the cursor keys, pretty sweet):
[Image: Image%202014-01-28%20at%202.37.55%20AM.png]

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05-11-2015, 05:32 AM
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RE: [secret functions] Chinese character helper?
assuming that a contains a binary integer,
a(1) returns bit 1 of a... or allows to store something there..

of course, if object 2 of list 1 is a binary integer, you can also do L1(2,2) to access bit 2 of that integer).

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