[UPDATE] The little RPN Calculator now is more HP like
andre at andregarzia.com
Fri Oct 15 14:48:42 EDT 2010
Glad you liked it! :-)
Given infinite time and money I'd implement UserRPL and SystemRPL...
On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 2:30 PM, <DunbarX at aol.com> wrote:
> Bravo. Looks just like my HP-35 (the HC of its kind), except you can see
> all four registers.
> The "y^x" is relatively modern, in that if you want to get "three squared",
> you would normally key in"3, enter, 2". The HP-35 had "x^y". You had to
> think about it, or, as I always did, switch x and y.
> A stack four high can solve any algebraic equation of any complexity
> without having to store any intermediate results. I think you can do it in
> In a message dated 10/15/10 12:36:40 PM, andre at andregarzia.com writes:
> > Before this change, the calculator has an "infinite" stack which mimicked
> > the last models of HP calculators, now it has four registers which is
> > earlier models. It is enough for simple calculations.
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