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More generally, you can save up to 7 values between 0 and 99 in one element (one real number) in the form 0.AABBCCDDEEFFGG, where each pair of letters is a value to save. To get the xth value in variable Y, use iPart(E2fPart(YE[2x].

Quote from: Deep Thought on December 07, 2011, 06:27:04 pmMore generally, you can save up to 7 values between 0 and 99 in one element (one real number) in the form 0.AABBCCDDEEFFGG, where each pair of letters is a value to save. To get the xth value in variable Y, use iPart(E2fPart(YE[2x].Actually it's closer to 6 values, as TI squanders a digit's worth of precision if the number is 14 digits long in the fpart/ipart section.

Quote from: ztrumpet on December 07, 2011, 06:36:59 pmQuote from: Deep Thought on December 07, 2011, 06:27:04 pmMore generally, you can save up to 7 values between 0 and 99 in one element (one real number) in the form 0.AABBCCDDEEFFGG, where each pair of letters is a value to save. To get the xth value in variable Y, use iPart(E2fPart(YE[2x].Actually it's closer to 6 values, as TI squanders a digit's worth of precision if the number is 14 digits long in the fpart/ipart section.It does? I believe it carries all 14 digits at all times without rounding, it just doesn't display them all when you use Disp or access on the homescreen