The Art of Mathematics

# → — store to memory operator

## 1. Function

Use this operator to store result of evaluation to calculator memory. Afterwards you can access the stored value for further calculations.

## 2. How to use

To store the number as x:

``7−>mem[x];``

To store the complex number as z:

``7−i*4−>mem[z];``

To store current result as x:

``rslt−>mem[x];``

To store number x in calculator memory as y:

``mem[x]−>mem[y];``

To store the result of expression evaluation:

``8+7−>mem[x];``

The operator has the lowest priority, thus it will be engaged after the expression is evaluated. So, you can use it to store intermediate values:

``(8+7−>mem[x])*9;``

You can name your memory values whatever you like:

``8.2−>mem[Carrier frequency φ+];``

Just avoid using parentheses, brackets and braces inside memory value names.

## 3. To recall the stored value

To recall the value you have stored to calculator memory use memory recall operator mem:

``mem[Carrier frequency φ+];``

## 4. Support

Complex numbers are supported in professional version of the Librow calculator.