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Setting octal values

I downloaded a program from AnalogX called pCalc, which is meant to let me perform my programming calculations faster and easier, etc. I forgot how to tell it that one of the numbers in the expression field was an octal value. I remember reading how to do it somewhere, but I can't find it again. Any help you can offer will be much appreciated.
Traditionally, octal values are prefixed with either "0" or "\" so 300 decimal is 0454 or \454.
This was last published in May 2002

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