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Python Data Persistence #908
@Gerzer If you mean the Python interpreter state, it's destroyed whenever you exit the Python app. If you mean the Python scripts, they are stored in RAM and will be lost upon reset.
The NumWorks calculator doesn't have a general-purpose global datastore like the TI-83's VAT to store variables. It does have a global
@Ecco, I was referring to the act of pressing the power button twice to turn off the screen and to turn it back on again.
You said that this functionality is absent "by design". What do you mean? Why? This is definitely a feature that I would love to have.
To both you and @boricj, thanks for such a quick response, by the way! I just purchased the calculator a few days ago, and, overall, I'm impressed.
Oh then, it's virtually transparent! Pressing the power button simply puts the device to sleep, and it resumes execution just where it left it.
So to keep Python data between power-button presses, just put it in a script or variable. Problem solved
And thanks for the kind words by the way