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 The **newRPL** display interface is similar to that of the stock HP 50g ROM in that the top ~65% of the display is the stack area (levels 1 through 7), followed by a row of soft menus. A new feature of **newRPL** is two separate sets of soft menus. The top set of soft menus (**Menu 1**) spans the width of the display. ​ The second set of soft menus (**Menu 2**) occupies two lines on the lower left of the screen. ​ The **newRPL** display interface is similar to that of the stock HP 50g ROM in that the top ~65% of the display is the stack area (levels 1 through 7), followed by a row of soft menus. A new feature of **newRPL** is two separate sets of soft menus. The top set of soft menus (**Menu 1**) spans the width of the display. ​ The second set of soft menus (**Menu 2**) occupies two lines on the lower left of the screen. ​
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 ==== Angle Indicator ==== ==== Angle Indicator ====
  
 The angle indicator displays the current angle mode of the calculator. ​ In the figure, the calculator is in degree mode.  Other mods are radians, grads and degrees / minutes / seconds. ​ The angle mode can be changed using the commands ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_deg|DEG]]''​ (to degrees), ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_grad|GRAD]]''​ (to grads), ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_rad|RAD]]''​ (to radians) and ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_dms|DMS]]''​ (to degrees / minutes / seconds). The angle indicator displays the current angle mode of the calculator. ​ In the figure, the calculator is in degree mode.  Other mods are radians, grads and degrees / minutes / seconds. ​ The angle mode can be changed using the commands ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_deg|DEG]]''​ (to degrees), ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_grad|GRAD]]''​ (to grads), ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_rad|RAD]]''​ (to radians) and ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_dms|DMS]]''​ (to degrees / minutes / seconds).
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 ==== Complex Mode Indicator ==== ==== Complex Mode Indicator ====
  
 If complex mode is set (flag [[manual:​appendix:​flags#​flag-103|-103]]),​ a ''​C''​ annunciator is shown in the display. If complex mode is set (flag [[manual:​appendix:​flags#​flag-103|-103]]),​ a ''​C''​ annunciator is shown in the display.
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 ==== Flag Indicators ==== ==== Flag Indicators ====
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 The flag indicators show the first six user flags (out of 128 total possible). ​ They are arranged as flags 1 through 3 on the top row and 4 through 6 on the bottom row.  So, for example, setting flag 3 is accomplished by ''​3 [[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_sf|SF]]'',​ and clearing the flag by ''​3 [[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_cf|CF]]''​. ​ The figure shows flag indicators 1 and 5 set, but 2, 3, 4, and 6 cleared. The flag indicators show the first six user flags (out of 128 total possible). ​ They are arranged as flags 1 through 3 on the top row and 4 through 6 on the bottom row.  So, for example, setting flag 3 is accomplished by ''​3 [[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_sf|SF]]'',​ and clearing the flag by ''​3 [[manual:​chapter6:​flags:​cmd_cf|CF]]''​. ​ The figure shows flag indicators 1 and 5 set, but 2, 3, 4, and 6 cleared.
  
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 ==== SD Card Indicator ==== ==== SD Card Indicator ====
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   * **inverse grey**: open files but all writes complete - safe to remove card after closing files. ​   * **inverse grey**: open files but all writes complete - safe to remove card after closing files. ​
  
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 ==== Autocompletion ==== ==== Autocompletion ====
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