01-29-2019 12:48 PM
After finishing inputting a program into my HP35s calculator, I try to run it and it gives me nonexistent.
I've gone back and double checked to make sure everything was right, but it's still telling me nonexistent. any ideas?
01-29-2019 07:07 PM - edited 01-29-2019 07:30 PM
Hi!, @Fboi707 :
Please, can you write the program what you created and see INEXISTENT ?.
You can see many programs, from ... https://www.wollindina.com/index.php/hp-calculators/hp-35s-calculator
If you needed, you can download and install the original Virtual Emulator for HP-35S, from ... https://www.educalc.net/2336231.page
01-29-2019 09:07 PM
Right after you see "Nonexistent", go into program mode, and you'll see the program step which caused the error. This usually is sufficient information to figure out what went wrong, e.g. the program might be trying to go to a label that doesn't exist.
Disclaimer: I don't work for HP, but I like using their programmable calculators.
01-31-2019 05:08 AM
Im having the same problem. i installed the closure program from here:
I double checked theres no error with the installation. Then I went to test and XEQ the program, it prompted me to input B (bearing) and D (degrees), after that it came up with error NONEXISTENT.
and I went into the program again, its showing me the line C024 XEQZ015, which i am guessing theres something thats not right with this particular line?
please advise. (i used to have the same calculator years ago but lost it, and it had no problem running the closure, now i am installing this on a new calculator and it doesnt seem to get past the nonexistent)
many many thanks
02-04-2019 12:27 AM
thanks for your reply. I have tried but couldn't input the line (CF10). How should i do it?
the C024 XEQ Z015doesnt have enough room for CF10.
I tried CF10 on line C025, and didnt have any luck with that either.
Please advice. Thanks