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HP48gx programming
Message #1 Posted by Pierre Brial on 14 Feb 2003, 12:26 p.m.

Hello, I possess a very small collection of HP calculators. All in all four models : HP 35, 97, 41cx and 32sII. All of these was bought second hand or given by friends without the manuals I can program easily the hp 97 without the manual. It was a bit more difficult with the 41 and 32sII, but I succeeded to do simple program before I could find copies of the manuals for these two models. A friend just borrow me an hp48gx. He lost his manual, and never use more than the four operations in this calculator (what a shame). For this one, it is impossible for me to guess how to enter the simplest code. Could someone tell me how to enter a simple program ? For example something like this one in basic : input X input Y print X*Y END

Thanks for your help

Pierre

      
Re: HP48gx programming
Message #2 Posted by Christof on 14 Feb 2003, 1:29 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Pierre Brial

http://www.hpcalc.org/

also, I think Luiz has a site, but I can't find the bookmark now. I'm sure he will post it- it's a really well set up resource for the 48

      
Re: HP48gx programming
Message #3 Posted by Bill Hemphill on 14 Feb 2003, 2:09 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Pierre Brial

There's a wealth of information at the following:

Calculus Concepts: http://college.hmco.com/mathematics/latorre/guides.htm

Programming Documentation: http://www.hpcalc.org/hp48/docs/programming/

Misc documents including User Manual: http://www.hpcalc.org/hp48/docs/misc/

            
Re: HP48gx programming
Message #4 Posted by James M. Prange on 14 Feb 2003, 9:56 p.m.,
in response to message #3 by Bill Hemphill

Also note that almost everything from the 48S series also applies to the 48G series, and in my opinion the S series came with a better manual. The 48SX Owner's Manual (And hey! I just noticed, also the Programmer's Reference Manual) is included in the Museum CD-ROM/DVD-ROM set; see http://www.hpmuseum.org/cd/cddesc.htm if you don't have it.


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