|Thanks a lot, folks!|
Message #5 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 13 June 2005, 10:25 p.m.,
in response to message #4 by Bob Wang
Hi Gene, Chris, Bob, guys;
Bob, I downloaded Ed's article; thank you for taking the time to post the link. I also have the original 6 CD pack from the MoHPC and I'll read the manuals as you, guys, suggested. Thank you Gene and Chris for pointing these documents out, too. I appreciate that.
I like RPN and RPL, but I did not succeed developing good programming techniques with algebraic programming in RPL calculators (HP49G/G+), only standard algebraic programming with the HP12C Platinum and the HP33S. This algebraic-based programming & expression writting from the HP17/19 series is teasing. Does it classify in any of the existing language paradigms? I want to learn it with structures, not only simple expression 'key in' sequences.
Thank you all again. I'll surely have some good reading about this, now.