Solution 34653: Performing String Operations on the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition Graphing Calculator.
How do I perform string operations on a TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition graphing calculator?
function of strings is to display text. In programming, strings allow
programs to display information or prompt the user to perform some
action. Following are some of the operations that can be performed with
Concatenation means putting strings one after another and making them one string. For example, if string1 is "abc" and string2 is "def", then string1+string2 is a new string "abcdef".
To concatenate two or more strings, follow the steps below:
• Enter string1, which can be a string or string name
• Press the [+] key
• Enter string2, which can be a string or string name. If necessary, press the [+] key and enter string3, and so on.
• Press [ENTER]
2. Converting an equation to a string.
The Equ>String( command, located in the CATALOG menu, converts the content of a Y= variable to a string and stores it as a string variable.
3. Converting a string into an equation.
The String>Equ( command, located in the CATALOG menu, convert a string into a variable and stores it in the Y= variable.
4. Converting a string into an expression.
The expr( command, located in the CATALOG menu, converts a string to an expression and executes it.
For more information on how to create strings, please see Creating Strings on the TI-83 Family, TI-84 Plus Family, or TI-Npire™ Handheld in TI-84 Plus Mode of Calculators.
Please see the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition family guidebook for additional information.