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Var arithmetic on RPL machine?  Hal Bitton in Boise  06162008 Hi everybody, Re: Var arithmetic on RPL machine?  Ivan Nejgebauer  06162008 Quote: The 48SX has STO{+,,*,/} and so do the later models, I suppose. They're used like STO, e.g.,
5 'X' STO+ although
'X' 5 STO+ also works; if both arguments are variable names, the one in level 1 is taken as the target.
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Re: Var arithmetic on RPL machine?  Jonathan Purvis (New Zealand)  06162008 There is a full suite of storage arithmetic operations. You can find them in PRG MEM ARITH menu path on the 50G or MEMORY ARITH menu path on the 48GX.
