There's a small reset button on the back of the calc.
Is there a way that won't clear all his memory? At least I think that's what happens.
The reset button doesn't clear all the memory. The only thing that can get lost with a reset is unsaved progress. Except unsaved ones, documents aren't affected by the reset.
Terrence Rickson wrote:
The title basically says it all. If I accidentally run a program (or test one) and trap my calc in a while loop, what should I do?
It depends on which language you are using.
If you code in Basic, there is a key that you can keep pressed until the program stops. Iirc, it is Esc, or maybe it is On, try both.
If you code in C with Ndless, I fear the only way to get out of the loop is the reset button.
If you code in Lua, I have no idea.
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