No, we haven't "Been there, done that" Message #11 Posted by W. Bruce Maguire II on 16 Oct 2001, 12:50 p.m., in response to message #10 by Michael Blankenship
Mike:
You seem to have missed the point. I, too, posted information on programming trig. functions into the HP17BII, except my algorithms also include the INVERSE trig. functions, which is something that we are talking about here. I also included a full program listing. Look in the current forum page for:
Improved TRIG. and INVERSE TRIG. functions for the HP17BII (Posted Sept. 26, 2001)
I actually had posted my first post on trig. functions for the 17BII on 7/31/2001 (horrible codesee the later post for details). I then followed it up on 9/26/2001 with a vastly superior implementation than the dumb one I first posted. Your article was posted on 9/3/2001. Please look at my 9/26/2001 post for an example of formatting that I think is acceptable for HP17BII listings. As soon as you go into the Forum, there is a hyperlink to advanced formatting techniques.
The point here, is come up with code to fit these functions into a 12c. The 12c is a completely different programming beast than the 17BII, and is much more limited. That is what this thread is about.
If you are able to implement your algorithms on a 12c for all the trig. AND INVERSE TRIG. functions, please post a 12c listing!
Bruce.
