|Re: HP-19C Help needed|
Message #6 Posted by Michael Meyer on 4 Aug 2003, 7:36 p.m.,
in response to message #5 by Renato
Let us know if you get it 100%. For "grins", let me know if the little decimal points in the display are little "hp" symbols. About half I've come across are!
The 19C is still my favorite machine to look at, marvel and admire. I think it's a really special calc.
Others have more power, smaller size, etc. And it's a 71B that I still use to play games and as an alarm clock, and a 67 to do my day-to-day calculating.
Can't explain it....
I guess that other machines had card readers (TI), and there were several amazing models. None that I can recall that were classic programmables with a printer. Too bad there wasn't a card reader stuffed in there somehow.... A pocketable 67/97....
It's just a really cool classic calc. (OK, technically a Woodstock, not a classic.)
I can't explain it, but I suspect you'll understand when you have it all working....