Hello everybody! I have written a small program witch solves a few equations with the multiple equation solver. The code is below: << { 'equation 1' 'equation 2'.... 'equation 10'} 'EQ' STO MINIT MSOLVR >> Program works really fine but when I exit from the ME-Solver a lot of variables (20 more or less) have been created (logically). This is the question: is it possible that these variables don't appear after the programn ends or stops? would be a solution to create a lib? Any ideas? Thx.

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2/20/2005 11:22:08 AM

"Marky" <cedecatalogueitor@ya.com> wrote in message news:421872E0.5050508@ya.com... > Hello everybody! > > I have written a small program witch solves a few equations with the > multiple equation solver. The code is below: > > << > { 'equation 1' 'equation 2'.... 'equation 10'} > 'EQ' STO MINIT MSOLVR @ add here a list of the "unnessessary" variables: { X A Chip name } PURGE >> You could also look for CleanSolver at www.hpcalc.org [VPN] - a middle poster (compromise?) > > Program works really fine but when I exit from the ME-Solver a lot of > variables (20 more or less) have been created (logically). This is the > question: is it possible that these variables don't appear after the > programn ends or stops? would be a solution to create a lib? > > Any ideas? > > Thx. >

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2/20/2005 1:38:49 PM

>>{ 'equation 1' 'equation 2'.... 'equation 10'} >>'EQ' STO MINIT MSOLVR > > @ add here a list of the "unnessessary" variables: > { X A Chip name } PURGE Thanks for your answer. Adding this line at the end of my program, variables are deleted but only when the program starts. Not when the program is stoped :-( And one more question: is it possible to change Multiple Equation Solver title? I have been reading my user's guide and I think I must use MIMT but i don't understand its sintaxys. I'm trying to do something like that: 4: 3: 2: "My title" 1: {Var1 var2 Var3} After that I press EQ LIB --> MES --> MINT key but HP throws me that error: "Bad argument value". Best regards, Marky

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2/21/2005 8:54:02 AM

"Marky" <cedecatalogueitor@ya.com> wrote in message news:4219A1AA.7040900@ya.com... >>>{ 'equation 1' 'equation 2'.... 'equation 10'} >>>'EQ' STO MINIT MSOLVR >> @ add here a list of the "unnessessary" variables: HALT @ will this help { X A Chip name } PURGE > > Thanks for your answer. Adding this line at the end of my program, > variables are deleted but only when the program starts. Not when the > program is stoped :-( How about adding HALT at the end you press CONT (above [ON] key ) > And one more question: is it possible to change Multiple Equation Solver > title? I have been reading my user's guide and I think I must use MIMT but > i don't understand its sintaxys. I'm trying to do something like that: 1) You must have the 'EQ' ready and MINIT @ INITialize executed once. This creates Mpar 2) then you do the below (as you have done). Note! Each variable HAS to be there, but "" blank label is ok 3) the command is MITM > > 4: > 3: > 2: "My title" > 1: {Var1 var2 Var3} > > After that I press EQ LIB --> MES --> MINT key but HP throws me that > error: "Bad argument value". The easy way to enter variables is to run once MSOLVR then open a list { } and press each variable on the menu using NXT to get the next six menu labels Note: You may have a custom order of the variables [VPN]

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2/21/2005 10:25:51 AM

"VPN" <DROP_vpn@THIS.dlc.fi> wrote in message news:MDiSd.1712$4P5.1439@reader1.news.jippii.net... X > The easy way to enter variables is to run once MSOLVR > then open a list { } and press each variable on the menu > using NXT to get the next six menu labels > Note: You may have a custom order of the variables This remained me that you could have a separate program that contains this list and PURGE just EDIT the list to have << and PURGE >> OR start a new program and use [HIST] to |ECHO| the list from the stack to your program OR use BEGIN move to end of list END COPY then you can PASTE the list anywhere needed OR .... [VPN]

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2/21/2005 10:28:59 AM

VPN wrote: > @ add here a list of the "unnessessary" variables: > HALT @ will this help > { X A Chip name } PURGE Thank you very much!!!! Now my program works really fine. Code is below: << { 'equation 1' 'equation 2'.... 'equation 10'} 'EQ' STO MINIT "My title" {Var1 Var 2.... Var20} MITM MSOLVR HALT {Var1 Var2 .... Var20} PURGE >> >1) You must have the 'EQ' ready and MINIT @ INITialize > executed once. This creates Mpar >2) then you do the below (as you have done). > Note! Each variable HAS to be there, but "" blank label is ok >3) the command is MITM The problem that I had was that i was calling MITM but i didn't add all variables of my equations to my list. Thanks again!!! ;-)

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2/21/2005 10:53:50 AM