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The CATALOG is accessible by pressing 2nd then the 0 button. This page lists the members of the CATALOG. Media:Guide_Book.pdf is the complete reference and this page uses it.

Contents

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z θ

A Edit

• abs( `abs(value)` Returns the absolute value of a real number, expression, list or matrix.
• and `valueA and valueB` Returns 1 if both valueA
• angle( `angle(value)` Returns the polar angle of a complex number or list of complex numbers
• ANOVA( `ANOVA(list1,list2,...,list20)` Preforms a one-way analysis or variance for comparing the means of two to 20 lists
• Ans `Ans` Returns last answer
• Archive `Archive variable` archives a specified variable
• Asm( `Asm(assemblyprogramname)` Executes an assembly language program
• AsmComp( `AsmComp(prgmASM1,prgmASM2)` Compiles an assembly language program written in ASCII and stores the hex version
• AsmPrgm Must be used as the first line of an assembly language program
• augment( `augment(listA,listB)` Returns a list, which is listB concatenated to the end of listA
• AxesOff `AxesOff` Turns off the graph axes
• AxesOn `AxesOn` Turns on the graph axes
• a+bi `a+bi` Sets the mode to rectangular complex number mode (a+bi).

B Edit

• bal( `bal(npmt[,roundvalue])` Computes the balance at npmt for an amortization schedule using stored values for PV, æ, and PMT and rounds the computation to roundvalue.
• binomcdf( `binomcdf(numtrials,p[,x])` Computes a cumulative probability at x for the discrete binomial distribution.
• binompdf( `binompdf(numtrials,p[,x])` Computes a probability at x for the discrete binomial distribution.
• Boxplot `Boxplot`

C Edit

• checkTmr( `checkTmr(value)` returns the time passed since the Timer value was value
• x2cdf `c2cdf(lowerbound,upperbound,df)` Computes the c2 distribution probability.
• x2pdf `x2pdf(x,df)` Computes the probability density function for the c2 distribution at a specified x value.
• x2-Test `x2-test(observedMatrix, expectedMatrix,drawflag)` Performs a chi-square test.
• Circle( `Circle(x,y,radius)` Draws a Circle on the Graph Screen
• Clear Entries `Clear Entries` Erases memory of the previous entries entered into the calculator
• ClockOff `ClockOff` Stops clock function
• ClockOn `ClockOn` Starts clock function
• ClrAllLists `ClrAllLists` erases the lists stored on the calculator
• ClrDraw `ClrDraw` clears the Graph Screen
• ClrHome `ClrHome` clears the Calculator Screen
• ClrList `ClrList listname1[,listname2,...,listname n]` clears the specified lists
• ClrTable `ClrTable` clears the custom X-values on the table
• conj( `conj(value)` returns the complex conjugate of a number
• Connected `Connected` Sets all graphs to plot using the thin line style
• CoordOff `CoordOff` Turns off the coordiate display on the Graph Screen
• CoordOn `CoordOn` Turns on the coordiate display on the Graph Screen
• cos( `cos(value)` returns the cosine of a value
• cos-1( `cos-1(value)` returns the inverse cosine of a value
• cosh( `cosh(value)` hyperbolic cosine
• cosh-1( `cosh-1(value)` inverse hyperbolic cosine
• CubicReg `CubicReg [XListName, YListName, freqlist, regequ]` Finds the best fit cubic for a set of data.
• cumSum( `cumSum(list)` or `cumSum(matrix)` Creates a list or matrix with the running totals of the items in a list or matrix.

DEdit

• dayOfWk( `dayOfWk(year,month,day)` returns a number representing the day of the week
• dbd( `dbd(date1, date2)` days between dates
• ▶Dec `value►Dec` Converts a value to a decimal
• Degree `Degree` sets triangle functions to accept degree units.
• DelVar `DelVar variable` deletes a variable
• DependAsk `DependAsk` Sets table to ask for dependent-variable values
• DependAuto `DependAuto` Sets the table to determine dependent-variable values automatically
• det( `det(matrix)` returns the determinant of a matrix
• DiagnosticOff `DiagnosticOff` Sets diagnostics-off mode.
• DiagnosticOn `DiagnosticOn` Sets diagnostics-on mode.
• dim( `dim(list)` or `dim(matrix)` gets the length of a list or matrix
• Disp `Disp [valueA, valueB, ..., valuen]` Displays lines of text on the calculator screen
• DispGraph `DispGraph` displays the graph screen.
• DispTable `DispTable` displays the table screen.
• ▶DMS `value▶DMS` displays a value in Degrees,Minutes, Seconds
• Dot `Dot` Makes all graphs displayed with dotted lines.
• DrawF `DrawF function` draws a function on the graph screen
• DrawInv `DrawInv function` draws the inverse of a function on the graph screen
• DS<( `DS<(variable, value):command` Checks if variable is greater than value, and if true, performs command.

EEdit

• e `e` Returns Euler's Number
• e^( `e^(value)` Raises e to the specified power.
• E `valueEpower` The equivalent of `value*10^power`
• ▶Eff( `▶Eff(rate,period)` Computes the effective interest rate.
• Else `If condition: Then: commands: Else: commands: End` Tells what to do if an if condition is false.
• End Tells the end of an If:Then or loop statement.
• Eng `Eng` Tells the calculator to display numbers in Enginering Mode.
• Equ▶String( `Equ▶String(Yvariable, String variable)` Converts an equation into a string.
• expr( `expr(string)` Evaluates a string as an equation.
• ExecLib
• ExprOff `ExprOff` Tells the calculator to not display equations when tracing one.
• ExprOn `ExprOn` Tells the calculator to display equations when tracing one.

FEdit

• Fcdf( `Fcdf(lowerbound, upperbound, numerator, df, denominator, df)` Computes the F distribution probability.
• Fill( `Fill(value, matrixOrList)` Makes every element in a list or matrix the given value.
• Fix `Fix value` Makes the calculator display value decimal places.
• Float `Float` Makes the calculator display however many decimal places it wants to.
• fMax( `fMax(expression, variable, lower, upper[, tolerance])` Finds an expression's highest value.
• fMin( `fMin(expression, variable, lower, upper[, tolerance])` Finds an expression's lowest value.
• fnInt( `fnInt(expression, variable, lower, upper[, tolerance])` Returns the function integral of expression with respect to variable, between lower and upper, with specified tolerance.
• FnOff `FnOff` Makes the calculator not display a function on the graph screen
• FnOn `FnOn` Makes the calculator display a function on the graph screen
• For( `For(variable, begin, end, increment)` marks the start of a for loop.
• fPart( `fPart(value)` returns the decimal part of a number.
• Fpdf( `Fpdf(x,numerator,denominator)` Computes the F distribution probability.
• ▶Frac `value►Frac` displays a value as a Fraction
• Full `Full` tells the calculator to display the Graph full-screen.
• Func `Func` Changes the graph to Function graphing mode

GEdit

• GarbageCollect `GarbageCollect` Forces the garbage collector to run
• gcd( `gcd(valueA,valueB)` finds the greatest common denominator of two numbers.
• geometcdf( `geometcdf(p,x)` Computes a cumulative probability at x, the number of the trial on which the first success occurs, for the discrete geometric distribution with the specified probability of success p.
• geometpdf( `geometpdf(p,x)` Computes a probability at x, the number of the trial on which the first success occurs, for the discrete geometric distribution with the specified probability of success p.
• Get( `Get(variable)` Gets data from the CBL 2™ or CBR™ System and stores it in variable.
• GetCalc( `GetCalc(variable)` Gets contents of variable on another TI-84 Plus and stores it to variable on the receiving TI-84 Plus.
• GetDate `GetDate` Returns the date as an array {year, month, day}.
• getDtFmt `GetDtFmt` Gets the current date printing format.
• getDtStr( `GetDtStr(format)` Prints the date as a string in the specified format
• GetTime `GetTime` Returns the date as an array {hour, minute, second}.
• getTmFmt `GetTmFmt` Gets teh current time printing format.
• getTmStr( `GetTmStr(format)` Prints the time as a string in the specified format
• getKey `getKey` returns the last-pressed key.
• Goto `Goto labelName` goes to the specified label name.
• GraphStyle( `GraphStyle(functionNo,styleNo)` Displays the function with the specified style
• GridOff `GridOff` Turns off the grid
• GridOn `GridOn` Turns on the grid
• G-T `G-T` Tells the graph to show the table in the Graph Screen.

IEdit

• i `i` The imaginary unit.
• identity( `identity(dimension)` returns an identity matrix with the given dimension.
• If `If condition:command:` Starts an If, If:Then, or If:Then:Else statement.
• imag( `imag(number)` returns the imaginary part of a number.
• IndpntAsk `IndpntAsk` Sets table to ask for independent-variable values.
• IndpntAuto `IndpntAuto` Sets table to generate independent-variable values automatically.
• Input `Input string varable`Asks the user to input a variable value with the string.
• inString( `inString(string,sub)` determines if the substring is in the string.
• int( `int(number)` Makes a number an integer through truncation.
• ΣInt( `ΣInt(pmt1,pmt2,roundvalue)` Computes the sum, rounded to roundvalue, of the interest amount between pmt1 and pmt2 for an amortization schedule.
• intersect `intersect` determines where two graphs intersect.
• invNorm( `invNorm(area[,m,s])` Computes the inverse cumulative normal distribution function
• iPart( `iPart(number)` returns the integer part of a number.
• irr( `irr(cf0,cflist,cffreq)` Returns the interest rate at which the net present value of the cash flow is equal to zero.
• isClockOn `isClockOn` returns whether the clock is currently running.
• IS>( `IS>(variable,value):command` Compares a variable and a value, performs the command if variable is less than or equal to value.

LEdit

• L `LLISTNAME` declares a list variable
• LabelOff `LabelOff` turns off axis labels on the Graph Screen.
• LabelOn `LabelOn` turns on axis labels on the Graph Screen.
• Lbl `Lbl NM` declares a place to Goto.
• lcm( `lcm(num1,num2)` returns the lcm of two numbers.
• length( `length(String)` returns the length of a string.
• Line( `line(x1,y1,x2,y2)` draws a line of the graph screen.
• LinReg(a+bx) `LinReg(a+bx) xListname,yListname` performs a linear regression.
• LinReg(ax+b) `LinReg(ax+b) xListname,yListname` See: the entry above this one.
• LinRegTTest `LinRegTTest xListname,yListname` Performs a linear regression and a t-test.
• ∆List( `∆List(list)` determines the differences between elements in a list.
• List▶matr( `List►matr(list1,...,listn,matrix)` Turns a bunch of lists into a matrix.
• ln( `ln(value)` determines the natural log of a number.
• LnReg `LnReg xListname,yListname` Performs a natural log regression.
• log( `log(value)` Determines the base 10 log of a value.
• Logistic `Logistic xListname,yListname,freqlist,regequ` Fits a logistic regression model.

MEdit

• Matr▶list( `Matr►list(matrix,list1,...,listn)` Turns a matrix into multiple lists.
• max( `max(val1,val1)` returns the maximum of the given values.
• mean( `mean(list)` returns the list's mean
• median( `median(list)` returns the list's median
• Med-Med `Med-Med xlist,ylist` Fits a median-median model.
• Menu( `Menu(title,text1,label1,...text7,label7)` displays a menu for the user.
• min( `min(val1,val1)` returns the minimum of the given values.
• ModBoxplot `ModBoxplot`

NEdit

• nCr `value nCr value` Finds the number of combinations
• nDeriv( `nDeriv(expression, variable, value)` Returns approximate numerical derivative of expression with respect to variable at value.
• ▶Nom( `►Nom(effective rate, compounding periods)` Computes the nominal interest rate.
• Normal `Normal` The calculator will not print a number in Scientific Notation unless neccessary.
• normalcdf( `normalcdf(lower,upper)` Computes the normal distribution probability.
• normalpdf( `normalpdf(x)` Computes the probability density function for the normal distribution at a specified x value.
• NormProbPlot `NormProbPlot`
• not( `not(value)` returns 1 if value is 0, else returns 0.
• nPr `value nPr value` Finds the number of permutations
• npv( `npv(intrest rate,CF0, CFList` Computes the sum of the present values for cash inflows and outflows.

OEdit

• OpenLib(
• or `boolean or boolean` Determines if either of two conditions are true
• Output( `Output(row,column,text)` prints output to the screen.

PEdit

• Param `Param` Changes the calculator's graphing to parameter mode.
• Pause `Pause` Waits until the user presses the Enter Key.
• Plot1( `Plot1(type,Xlist,Ylist,mark)` Changes what is displayed as Plot1.
• Plot2( `Plot2(type,Xlist,Ylist,mark)` Changes what is displayed as Plot2.
• Plot3( `Plot3(type,Xlist,Ylist,mark)` Changes what is displayed as Plot3.
• PlotsOff `PlotsOff [1,2,3]` Makes the calculator not display the specified plots.
• PlotsOn `PlotsOn [1,2,3]` Makes the calculator display the specified plots.
• Pmt_Bgn `Pmt_Bgn` Specifies an annuity due, where payments occur at the beginning of each payment period.
• Pmt_End `Pmt_End` Specifies an ordinary annuity, where payments occur at the end of each payment period.
• poissoncdf( `poissoncdf(u,x)`Computes a cumulative probability at x for the discrete Poisson distribution with specified mean m.
• poissonpdf( `poissoncdf(u,x)` Computes a probability at x for the discrete Poisson distribution with the specified mean m.
• Polar `Polar` sets the calculator into polar graphing mode
• ▶Polar `value►Polar` displays a value in polar form.
• PolarGC `PolarGC` Sets polar graphing coordinates format.
• prgm `prgmPROGRAM` calls a program
• ∑Prn( `∑Prn(pmt1,pmt2)` Computes the sum, rounded to roundvalue, of the principal amount between pmt1 and pmt2 for an amortization schedule
• prod( `prod(list)` returns the product of every item in the list
• Prompt `Prompt var` prompts the user for a variable value
• 1-PropZInt( `1-PropZInt(x,n)` Computes a one-proportion z confidence interval.
• 2-PropZInt( `1-PropZInt(x1,n1,x2,n2)` Computes a two-proportion z confidence interval.
• 1-PropZTest( `1-PropZTest(p0,x,n)` Computes a one-proportion z test.
• 2-PropZTest( `1-PropZTest(x1,n1,x2,n2)` Computes a two-proportion z test
• Pt-Change( `Pt-Change(x,y)` Changes the state of a point on the Graph Screen.
• Pt-Off( `Pt-Off(x,y)` Changes the state of a point on the Graph Screen.
• Pt-On( `Pt-On(x,y)` Changes the state of a point on the Graph Screen.
• PwrReg `PwrReg xList,yList` Fits a power regression model.
• Pxl-Change( `Pxl-Change(x,y)` Changes the state of a pixel on the Graph Screen.
• Pxl-Off( `Pxl-Off(x,y)` Changes the state of a pixel on the Graph Screen.
• Pxl-On( `Pxl-On(x,y)` Changes the state of a pixel on the Graph Screen.
• Pxl-Test( `Pxl-Test(x,y)` Tests the state of a pixel on the Graph Screen.
• P▶Rx( `P▶Rx(r,θ)` Returns where on the X axis a polar point is located.
• P▶Ry( `P▶Ry(r,θ)` Returns where on the Y axis a polar point is located.

QEdit

• QuadReg `QuadReg xList,yList` performs a quadratic (x2) regression.
• QuartReg `QuartReg xList,yList` performs a quartic (x4) regression.

REdit

• Radian `Radian` this makes angle functions accept radian parameters.
• rand `rand` returns a random number between 0 and 1.
• randBin( `randBin(numtrials, prob)` returns the number of times out of nutrials that `rand>prob` returns true.
• randInt( `randInt(lower,upper)` returns a random integer between the two parameters.
• randM( `randM(rows,columns)` returns a matrix with the given dimensions and a number between -9 and 9 in each element
• randNorm( `randNorm(u,o)` returns a random number such that a list of them will likly have the given mean and standard deviation.
• re^θi `re^θi` makes complex numbers displayed in polar form.
• Real `Real` makes any function that would return a complex number return an error instead.
• real( `real(value)` returns the real part of a number
• RecallGDB `RecallGDB name` restores a stored GDB.
• RecallPic `RecallPic name` restores a stored Picture.
• ▶Rect `value▶Rect` makes a single value display in rectangular mode.
• RectGC `RectGC` Makes the calculator display coordinates using Rectangular coordinates.
• ref( `ref(matrix)` Put a matrix in it's row-echelon form.
• Repeat `:Repeat condition:commands:End` indicates the start of a repeat loop.
• Return `Return` Returns to the calling program
• round( `round(value,place)` rounds a value to a certain place.
• *row( ``` ```
• `row(value,matrix,row)` multiplies a row in a matrix by a certain amount.
• row+( `row+(matrix,rowA,rowB)` adds rowA to rowB.
• *row+( ``` ```
• `row+(value,matrix,rowA,rowB)` adds the value of rowA*value to rowB.
• rowSwap( `rowSwap(matrix,rowA,rowB)` switches rowA and rowB in the matrix.
• rref( `rref(matrix)` Puts a matrix in its reduced row-echelon form.
• R▶Pr( `R▶Pr(x,y)` takes a rectangular coordinate, and returns the radius in polar coordinates.
• R▶Pθ( `R▶Pθ(x,y)` takes a rectangular coordinate, and returns the angle in polar coordinates.

SEdit

• 2-SampFTest `2-SampFTest listA,listB` Performs a two-sample F test.
• 2-SampTInt `2-SampTInt listA,listB` Computes a two-sample t confidence interval.
• 2-SampTTest `2-SampTTest listA,listB` Computes a two-sample t test.
• 2-SampZInt( `2-SampZInt(σ1,σ2)` Computes a two-sample z confidence interval.
• 2-SampZTest( `2-SampZTest(σ1,σ2)` Computes a two-sample z test
• Scatter
• Sci `Sci` the calculator will display values is scientific notation
• Select( `Select(xlist,ylist)` Selects one or more specific data points from a scatter plot or xyLine plot (only), and then store•s the selected data points to two new lists, Xlistname and Ylistname.
• Send( `Send(var)` sends a variable through a link
• seq( `seq(expression,variable,bedin,end,increment)` returns a list with the results of a sequence
• Seq `Seq` the calculator will graph sequential functions
• Sequential `Sequential` functions will be graphed one at a time.
• setDate( `setDate(year,month,day)` sets the calculator's date
• setDtFmt( `setDtFmt(format)` sets what getDtFmt( returns.
• setTime( `setTime(hour,minute,day)` sets the calculator's time
• setTmFmt( `setTmFmt(format)` sets what getTmFmt( returns.
• SetUpEditor `SetUpEditor` dimensions L1-L6 variables.
• Shade( `Shade(func1,func2)` shades the area between two variables
• Shadex2 `Shadex2(lowerbound,upperbound,df)` Draws the density function for the c2 distribution.
• ShadeF( `ShadeF(lowerbound,upperbound,numberator df, denominator df)` Draws the density function for the F distribution.
• ShadeNorm( `ShadeNorm(lowerbound,upperbound)` Draws the normal density function.
• Shade_t( `Shade_t(lowerbound,upperbound,df)` Draws the density function for the Student-t distribution.
• Simul `Simul` sets the calculator to draw graphs similtaniously.
• sin( `sin(value)` performs a sine function.
• sin-1( `sin-1(value)` performs an inverse sine function.
• sinh( `sinh(value)` hyperbolic sine
• sinh-1( `sinh-1(value)` inverse hyperbolic sine
• SinReg `SinReg iterations,Xlist,Ylist` performs a Sine Regression.
• solve( `solve(expression,variable,guess,{bounds})` solves an expression
• SortA( `SortA(list)` sorts the members of a list in ascending order.
• SortD( `SortD(list)` sorts the members of a list in descending order.
• startTmr `startTmr` returns the current time.
• stdDev( `stdDev(list)` returns the standard deviation of the list.
• Stop `Stop` ends a program.
• StoreGDB `StoreGDB number` stores a GBD to memory.
• StorePic `StorePic number` stores a Picture to memory.
• String►Equ( `String►Equ(string,Yvar)` saves the string in the equation
• sub( `sub(string,begin,length)` returns a substring.
• sum( `sum(list)` returns the sum of every member of a list.

TEdit

• tan( `tan(value)` returns the tangent of a value.
• tan-1( `tan-1(value)` returns the inverse tangent of a value.
• Tangent( `Tangent(function,value)` draws the tangent of a function at a specified value.
• tanh( `tanh(value)` hyperbolic tangent
• tanh-1( `tanh-1(value)` inverse hyperbolic tangent
• tcdf( `tcdf(upper,lower,df)`
• Text( `Text(row,column,text)` prints text to the graph screen
• Then `If condition:Then:commands:End` indicates more than one line should apply to an If statement
• Time `Time` In Seq mode, the calculator will graph u, v and w over n.
• timeCnv( `timeCnv(seconds)` determines how many {days,hours,minutes,seconds} have passed in parameter seconds.
• TInterval `TInterval listname,freqlist,confidence level`
• tpdf( `tpdf(x,df)` Computes the probability density function (pdf) for the Student-t distribution at a specified x value with specified degrees of freedom df.
• T-Test `T-Test u0,listname` performs a T-Test on the given data
• tmv_FV `tmv_FV N,I%,PV,PMT,P/Y,C/Y` Computes the future value.
• tmv_I% `tmv_FV N,PV,PMT,FV,P/Y,C/Y` Computes the annual interest rate.
• tmv_N `tmv_FV I%,PV,PMT,FV,P/Y,C/Y` Computes the number of payment periods
• tmv_Pmt `tmv_FV N,I%,PV,FV,P/Y,C/Y` Computes the amount of each payment.
• tmv_PV `tmv_FV N,I%,PMT,FV,P/Y,C/Y` Computes the present value.

UEdit

• UnArchive `UnArchive variable` unarchives a variable.
• uvAxes `uvAxes` Graphs u(n) over v(n)
• uwAxes `uwAxes` Graphs u(n) over w(n)

VEdit

• 1-Var Stats `1-VarStats Xlistname` Displays a verity of stats about a list of numbers.
• 2-Var Stats `1-VarStats Xlistname, YListname` Displays a verity of stats about two lists of numbers.
• variance( `variance(list)` returns the variance in a list
• Vertical `Vertical x` draws a vertical line at X
• vwAxes `uvAxes` Graphs v(n) over w(n)

WEdit

• Web `Web` Sets sequence graphs to trace as webs.
• While `While condition:commands:End` indicates the start of a While loop.

XEdit

• xor `value xor value` returns the xor of two values.
• xyLine `xyLine`

ZEdit

• ZBox `ZBox` zooms to a box decided by the user.
• ZDecimal `ZDecimal` zooms so that each pixel represents .1 units.
• ZInteger `ZInteger` zooms so that each pixel represents 1 unit.
• ZInterval `ZInterval` Computes a z confidence interval.
• Zoom In `Zoom In` Zooms in on the graph screen.
• Zoom Out `Zoom Out` Zooms out on the graph screen.
• ZoomFit `ZoomFit` Changes minY and maxY so that the graph fits on the screen.
• ZoomRcl `ZoomRcl` restores the last zoom stored by ZoomSto.
• ZoomStat `ZoomStat` Redefines the viewing window so that all statplots are displayed
• ZoomSto `ZoomSto` stores the zoom state to be recalled by ZoomRcl.
• ZPrevious `ZPrevious` undoes the previous zoom change.
• ZSquare `ZSquare` Zooms so that each pixels Xchange is the same as it's YChange.
• ZStandard `ZStandard` Makes the Graph Screen have all boarders be 10 or -10.
• Z-Test( `Z-Test(u0,σ,listname)` Performs a z test
• ZTrig `ZTrig` changes the graph screen to be ideal for graphing trigonometry functions.

θEdit

• ! `value!` performs a factorial function.
• ° `value°` changes a value to degrees.
• r `valuer` changes a value to radians
• T `matrixT` finds a Transpose matrix
• x `powerx√value` finds the powerth root of a number.
• 3 `value3` finds the cube of a number.
• 3√( `3√(value)` finds the cube root of a number.
• = `value=value` determines if two numbers are equal.
• `value≠value` determines if two numbers are disequal.
• < `value<value` determines if the first number is less than the second number.
• > `value>value` determines if the first number is greater than the second number.
• `value≤value` determines if the first number is less than or equal to the second number.
• `value≥value` determines if the first number is greater than or equal to the second number.
• -1 `value-1` returns the -1st power of a number.
• 2 `value2` squares a number.
• ^ `value^power` returns the power of a number.
• - `-value` negates a value.
• 10^( `10^(power)` returns the powerth power of 10.
• √( `√(value)` returns the square root of a number.
• * `value*value` multiplies two values.
• / `value/value` divides two values.
• + `value+value` adds two values.
• - `value-value` subtracts two values.
• { `{value,value}` marks the beginning of a hard-coded list.
• [ `[[1,2][3,4]]` marks the begining or the beginging of a row in a hard-coded matrix.
• ( `(commands)` marks the start of a group of code to be performed first.
• } `{value,value}` marks the end of a hard-coded list.
• ] `[[1,2][3,4]]` marks the end or the end of a row in a hard-coded matrix.
• ) `(commands)` marks the end of a group of code to be performed first.
• , `{value,value}` separates values in a list or function call.
• ' `value'` marks a value as a minutes measure.
• " `"TEXT"` marks the beginning or the end of a text string
• : `command:command` separates two commands.
• π `π` Pi
• ? `?` for use in strings.