Need an HP 49g+ Programming hint Yiannis Junior Member Posts: 3 Threads: 2 Joined: Jan 1970 05-24-2005, 08:33 PM Hello! I would appreciate if anyone could help me out with this little problem I have got... I need to create a quite simple program where I put the figures that represent the coefficients of more than one equations and get the results for each one of them instantaneously. I already know how to work this out when I have one output equation. To make more clear of what I need... let say I need a program that when I fill in the dimensions of a parallelogram (i.e its height and length) I get its area, volume and perimeter and then sum of the perimeter and the area. Input h: and l: Output P: A: V: and P+A Thank you very much for your time in advance!! Edited: 24 May 2005, 8:55 p.m. Chris Dean Member Posts: 120 Threads: 9 Joined: Aug 2005 05-25-2005, 02:21 AM Yiannis I hope this helps. I am only a relative novice with HP49G+ programming. I must admit it seems quite challenging! The program below finds the area and perimeter of a rectangle and then adds them for given inputs H and L. <<'H' STO 'L' STO '2*(H+L)' 'P' STO 'H*L' 'A' STO <> ->NUM <

> ->NUM <<'A+P'>> ->NUM >> I hope this helps in some way. I do apologise but I do not know how to format the program. Can anyone tell me how to format? Regards Chris Dean EL Junior Member Posts: 28 Threads: 6 Joined: Dec 2007 05-25-2005, 02:37 AM Yiannis, Here's an example for a rectangle. I tried this, and it works: << -> h l << "area" 'h*l' ->NUM "perim" '(2*h)+(2*l)' ->NUM >> >> Don't worry about carriage returns. Type the program exactly as above, and then press ENTER. Type 'yourprogname' and press STO. To use it, first enter the two values: val1 SPC val2 and then press the softkey for 'yourprogname' or just type the name and press EVAL. For example, for my rectangle, I type 3 SPC 4 ENTER and then press the 'yourprogname' softkey. it outputs: "area" 12 "perim" 14 Hope this helps, EL Valentin Albillo Posting Freak Posts: 1,755 Threads: 112 Joined: Jan 2005 05-25-2005, 06:16 AM Hi, Yiannis: Yiannis posted: "say I need a program that when I fill in the dimensions of a parallelogram (i.e its height and length) I get its area, volume and perimeter and then sum of the perimeter and the area. Input h: and l: Output P: A: V: and P+A" Excuse me but I couldn't resist, my mathematical guts just gave a jump upon reading your 'example'. I know that you intend it as just an example, not an actual need, but certainly it was as bad an example as it gets, namely: Giving just height (h) and length (l), there's no way you can compute its volume (V), you need an additional parameter for that, namely the width (w) Computing "sum of the perimeter and the area (P+A)" is absolutely nonsensical, their dimensionality is different and there's no way they can be added up meaningfully. It's like asking for the sum of volts and pounds ! :-) That said, good luck with your 48/49 programming. For the HP-71B you'd simply use something like this: ```10 INPUT H,L 20 P=2*H+2*L 30 A=H*L 40 V=A*W 50 PRINT P,A,V,P+A ``` Best regards from V. GWB Member Posts: 88 Threads: 10 Joined: Jan 1970 06-01-2005, 09:41 PM Chris Dean wrote: Quote: I do apologise but I do not know how to format the program. Can anyone tell me how to format? Please take a look at "advanced formatting techniques": For example, if you want to format your program so that it looks like the way it's listed on the 49G+, edit your posting like this: ```[pre] <<'H' STO 'L' STO '2*(H+L)' 'P' STO 'H*L' 'A' STO << A >> ->NUM << P >> ->NUM << 'A+P' >> ->NUM >> [/pre] ``` Cheers, Gerson Edited: 1 June 2005, 10:12 p.m. Chris Dean Member Posts: 120 Threads: 9 Joined: Aug 2005 06-02-2005, 08:29 AM Gerson Thanks for the information Chris « Next Oldest | Next Newest »

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