|Re: HP49G Serial Numbers|
Message #2 Posted by Steve Simpkin on 18 Sept 1999, 12:46 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Matthew
Actually the HP49G serial number appears to follow the pattern of post 1996 models described here at http://www.hpmuseum.org/collect.htm#numbers
The following post on the COMP.SYS.HP48 newsgroup shows an example.
Re: 49G Screen Scratches?
Fri, 17 Sep 1999 21:21:01 -0400
"Thierry Hautem-Morissette" Newsgroups:
1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11
OK, let's see : ID 9 31 06203
1999 31th week #06203
So it is the 6203th HP 49G built, and it has been done in the 31th week of 1999. -- Thierry Hautem-Morissette firstname.lastname@example.org HP 10A, HP 11C, HP 15C, HP 19B, HP 25C, HP 27S, HP 28C, HP 28S, HP 32E, HP 33E, HP 34E, HP 41C, HP 41CX, HP 42S, HP 48G, HP 95 LX and HP 200LX
Sean Ahern a écrit dans le message : email@example.com...
> In article , Keith Farmer
> > Sean Ahern wrote:
> > > So how do you determine what number you calculator is? What's the command?
> > The command is flipping the HP over and reading the number etched on
> > back. ;)
> Cute. :-)
> Okay, so what does ID93106203 mean in terms of the number of calculator,
> as people have posted? Does it mean calculator 6203? 203? 93?
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