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" 2 Pa -1 01 00 -2 1.00000000 ..." ^ ^ | | ^ ^ | | +------------------+ | | | | | | |Length of Unit name. These four numbers are the How many of the Continueunit name. base units for the unit, in unit fit into onto next the order {length, mass, the base unit. unit. current, time}. For example, Since pascals are Pa=N/(m^2) the base for =(kg*m/(s^2))/(m^2) pressure, this =kg/(s^2)/m would be a one so is mass (the positive (the zeroes are one) divided by time squared because it needs (the negative two) divided by to have exactly length (the negative one). ten characters).

I can probably help some, or can try. I'm not exactly for sure what you are trying to do for sure though.One thing I noticed though is you can just have Input Str1 instead of Input "",Str1.Actually scratch that. I forgot that it puts a ? there, which I don't see as in issue but ya, I'm not you.

I'll try to help. I tried to make the BASIC program that gives the derivative using string. Although I didn't finish it, developing it helped me understand a lot about strings and doing math stuff with the string.But I don't have my calc atm, and will be able to help you after around mid-June.

EDIT: Just thought of something: The newest version of WabbitEmu supports exporting variables, right?

Well, that's unfortunate. I can only upload files until mid-June.

EDIT2: Wow, there's a lot more traffic on Omnimaga.

For mass I would change g to kg, well that's just me since I'm a physics guy.

Isn't there also m^{3} for volume? (cube meter)That's what we often used in physics classes over here besides liters