|Re: Now where the heck did this calc come from?...a hint, perhaps?|
Message #2 Posted by Eric Smith on 4 Feb 2008, 9:00 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Dallas Osborne
I don't know about that, but their online RPN calculator demo doesn't retain T when the stack drops. T becomes zero. :-(
The ENTER key behaves more like an RPL enter than an RPN enter.
They're missing CLx; they have a "Clear" that clears everything.
Their factorial key works on non-integers, but it does NOT implement the Gamma(x-1) function.
I'm a bit surprised that they didn't want their demo to work more like a simplified version of one of their actual calculators, like a 35s. Still, I guess we should be happy that they're trying to promote RPN at all. For many years they didn't.
Edited: 4 Feb 2008, 9:00 p.m.