03-12-2010 05:14 PM
03-12-2010 06:06 PM
For store global variables into memory in HOME directory (VAR) ...
1: 4.61 'R1' STO and press ENTER
Too, with EQW when you charge values into variables and press SOLVE, this global variables stored in HOME.
For recall, you only find the global variable in the function key (F1 ... F6).
Manuals, from ...
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03-12-2010 07:47 PM
If you still have questions after reading and doing that quick tutorial, ask again and we can clarify.
Although I work for the HP calculator group, the views and comments expressed here are my own.
03-13-2010 05:20 PM
The 50G is what is referred to as an RPL calculator (in the line of the 28/48 series), and the 11C is the more traditional RPN calculator.
On RPN calculators one stores numbers directly into predefined registers or memories (either A to Z or 1 to 9 etc).
On RPL caculators one stores numbers as named variables. The advantage is that pretty much anything can be stored into these variables e.g. complex numbers, strings and programs. They are also then easily recalled from the VAR menu. You can even make directories to group variables for certain collective use. Be sure to read the Advanced User's Reference Manual on the scope of variables though.
Hope this helps to explain the differences a bit more.