|Re: After the 15c LE, better chance of a basic RPN calc from HP now?|
Message #10 Posted by nick lidakis on 16 Sept 2011, 10:47 a.m.,
in response to message #9 by Miguel Toro
See the manual here (pages 6 and 16), to have a look of the Math library and the functions that you can reach directly from the keyboard. the features seem comparable and you can find the 20b cheap enough on TAS.
"I wanna show you this cool way of doing math with a scientific using a method called RPN, --but err, could you go win an auction on eBay first? Umm, I mean TAS; the geeks on HP Calc forum don't like people saying "eBay". They says God kills a kitten and and a RPN calculator when you say that...
Ok, now... Wait, don't mind that it says Financial Calculator /cough/ on the label here--, so where was I? Oh, yes, RPN. Okay, but before we get started, we have to read page 6 and 16 to learn the "scientific functions" on this "financial calculator" so you don't get confused by all the labels on the face of the calculator before we... Hey, wait! Where are you going? Wait! Sweetheart, I didn't get a chance to show you my stack!!
Umm, well, I guess I'll go update my Debian box using apt or shake my 4 HP 15c LE calculators (AGAIN) and make sure the f and g keys aren't rattling. /mumbling to self/ I told HP that if they discontinue the 15c again or take my red stapler I'm going to burn the building down..."
I kid! I kid!
Edited: 16 Sept 2011, 10:51 a.m.