|Re: HP Calcs...|
Message #4 Posted by Thibaut.be on 26 May 2001, 6:03 a.m.,
in response to message #3 by Matt Kernal (US)
Many thanks for your encouragements. It will make me going further on.
Indeed, the financials is quite an interesting topic, not so much developed. In addition, many professionals do not use accurately and correclty financials, so the idea was to generalize and popularize it.
I bought this disk drive, without battery, but advertised as "with en educalc power adapter". I was connected with a DIN plug to the drive. I sold it some time ago to one of the members of our community and will ask him to answer your question.
I used examples in $ to get a broader public, and did not want to call it eurocalc as I don't want to restrict to Europe. By the way, the European Community recently legalised interests advertising and asked to show the exact financial rate; I thought it was interesting for US people to know that waht is advertised is not always correct.
Finally, I dod not want to build up a copy of this site, that is perfectly done, but just to enter a not so explored niche.