RAM is the memory used by the calculator to store mutable and accessible variables. This is opposed to archive, which there is more of, but cannot be accessed or run.

Programs cannot be run unless they are in RAM, and they cannot access any variables unless the variables are in RAM. Real or Complex variables cannot be Archived, so they are always available to programs.

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