|Re: TI & RPN|
Message #8 Posted by Pierre on 24 Oct 2012, 7:29 a.m.,
in response to message #7 by Matt Agajanian
Allow me to intervene in this topic because I started very recently to use RPN since I implemented it in my emulator TI58C.
Educated in the direct algebraic method (from the feeding bottle!) I had a lot of trouble to make me to RPN.
Follower and fan of TI58C I made an emulator which was, naturally, in AOS.
But not stopping developing my emulator, a user, whom I would not name, tempted me in the way of the RPN.
I had some difficulty to adapt the language TI to the RPN but I believe I arrived to do it after good sweats (thank you Namir!).
I did not retain the RPN module of the TI because very decried by the pure RPN followers.
To conclude, I believe that there is one right method or one good tool: the one that is suited to our culture, our habits and our personal use.
The hammer is a poor tool for the pianist, the treble clef inappropriate for the garage.... unless...