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Old 11-27-2018, 08:42 AM
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Default Comma on TI-30X Multiview

In the instruction booklet (https://tech.aph.org/Orion%20TI-30XS...ewGuide_en.pdf), there's only one command that uses the comma ([2nd] [.]), namely, the randint function: [2nd] [prb] [right arrow] [2]. Is that is? Did they really include a comma for this single function?

Does anyone know of other uses for the comma on the calculator?
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Hi! This thread is liable to get more response in Software-Tech, so I'm moving it there.
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Pretty sure that's all there is.
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Thanks. I figured it was worth checking.
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I was actually wondering this once myself. Another feature that uses the commas is under the angle menu (2nd -> prb -> right). There are 4 functions there that all need 2 arguments to work properly, hence another need for a comma.
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