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AN EASY COURSE IN PROGRAMMING THE HP-11C AND HP-15C PDF

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My loyalty is with the HP my first calculator — got me through college and the 41C I practically did backflips when I noticed it had alpha keys — pgogramming it in the Navy to do all kinds of stuff. Mine lasted for more than 20 years before it was destroyed by a fire in my office… Anyway, you can react to the lost of yours: At school, I love when folks ask me to borrow my calculator and gladly let them — for the 30 seconds it takes until they realize they have never even heard of RPN, much less know how to think in it.

Cosmic Variance Random samplings from a universe of ideas. I keep my favorite constants in various locations and use for temporary storage. Later I bought the HP 28s calculator I still use it today. That ticks me off. HP calculators have only gone down hill since the easg 90s.

An Easy Course in Programming the Hp-11C and Hp-15C (Easy Course Series)

I was a hardcore synthetic programmer back in college. I still have the manuals. I received my HP15C as a gift from a friend around I learned to program in that calculator when I was in primary school. You’ll be surprised by pdogramming of the titles in this gallery! Much too non-intuitive for simple little me.

Log-in or create an account first! Unfortunately, by now it also has a few faulty pixels. Only market demand seems to have resulted in a grudging implementation in the latest versions.

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Google Maps knows where you are! It was a calculator that simply got everything right. Hey, I am looking into buying a calculator for my Blackberry.

On Ebay, a 15C in good shape can go for hundreds of dollars. Still on the original batteries. I was the only one I knew in middle school with a reverse Polish notation calculator. Although admittedly binary clocks are just showing off, rather than being superior like the other examples I gave. I have a HP 10C, quite similar to the 15C except maybe couese the battery which coruse to be changed every years.

An Easy Course in Programming the Hp-11C and Hp-15C

I still do…but HP won in the end. On the HPC a second stack which carried the imaginary parts of four complex numbers was added instead. Funny you mention this, Julianne. Don’t let a few small mistakes erode the value of your growing book collection.

The design of this family actually dates back to the mids yet the business brother of the 15C, the 12C, has remained in production. It happened only a few times but I consider a finite stack depth to be a bug rather than a feature even though the HP manual lists an application where the finite depth is actually used.

It includes source code, Linux and Windows binaries so you should be able to run it on your Linux system straight off. See Free 42 for an emulator that runs on other handheld devices. Anyway, you can react to the lost of yours: The iPhone looks interesting.

The 15C operates with a memory stack, which when operating with RPN allows you to perform complex calculations with no need for parentheses.

And my battery had to be replaced about 10 years ago. See More Recent Categories Archives.

The HP15C was truly a classic — it was part of a series: