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01-02-2018, 01:39 PM
Post: #61
RE: Summation based test for calculators
(01-02-2018 01:36 PM)pier4r Wrote:  Oh. I know that the 12C was a business model but I thought that the basic trig/exp was there. My bad. Removing.

\( e^x \) and \( y^x \) are there, it's just the trig functions that are not Smile
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01-03-2018, 02:46 PM
Post: #62
RE: Summation based test for calculators
A record breaking result for your list:
TI-62
max=10 using a loop
63.5 seconds
13.71183502
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01-03-2018, 04:00 PM (This post was last modified: 01-03-2018 04:02 PM by pier4r.)
Post: #63
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(01-03-2018 02:46 PM)xerxes Wrote:  A record breaking result for your list:
TI-62
max=10 using a loop
63.5 seconds
13.71183502

Thanks for the info that is even slower than me manually (although with a newer calc, the 506w).

Impressive.

And I have even a couple of ideas that I can be, without much stress, even faster with the 506w.
In the previous test I put the value in X, I recalled the formula in F4 and I added the result to M with M+.

I could just use M as increment, The formula in F4 as A+function(M) and then save the result in A. This may be clearly faster than my 47 seconds. Maybe I can break the 40s barrier.

I will try when I have time.

edit: anyone with a 71B ?

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01-03-2018, 04:05 PM (This post was last modified: 01-03-2018 10:16 PM by grsbanks.)
Post: #64
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(01-03-2018 04:00 PM)pier4r Wrote:  Thanks for the info that is even slower than me manually (although with a newer calc, the 506w).

The TI-53 might be even slower than that. I'll give it a go this evening.

Edit: Nope. The TI-62 is slower. Kind of...

With only 32 (non-merged) steps to play with I couldn't do a loop a fixed number of times so I let it run for about 15 minutes and then stopped it to see how many iterations had been completed. It was completing them at a rate of one iteration every 5.64 seconds.
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01-09-2018, 10:20 PM
Post: #65
RE: Summation based test for calculators
Little bump:

still missing
- 71B
- Some sharp PC
- other capable (programmable or with sum function) calculators

Really no one with a 71B? Pretty please! Virtual hugs!

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01-09-2018, 10:53 PM
Post: #66
RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
Sharp EL-5120 Solver
With 100 iteration it runs for approx. 36 seconds, giving a result of 139.297187 (all digits correct according to my HP Prime).
It lacks proper loop instructions, so I used a manual counter with a IF ... GOTO instruction
Code:

X1 = 1
A1 = 0
LABEL A
A1 = A1 + 3 <x-root-of>(e^(sin(atan(X1))))
X1 = X1 + 1
IF X1 <= 100 GOTO A
PRINT A1

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01-10-2018, 07:52 PM (This post was last modified: 01-10-2018 08:30 PM by Michael de Estrada.)
Post: #67
RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
HP-33C (Spice): N=10, 44 sec, Result=13.71183501

HP-25C (Woodstock): N=10, 29 sec, Result=13.71183501

Again, the older Woodstock is significantly faster than the newer Spice.
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01-10-2018, 08:13 PM
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I am impressed by the 33C, 34C and the TI equivalents.

A 71B? Anyone?

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01-10-2018, 08:50 PM
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I edited my post above to add the HP-25C.
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01-11-2018, 08:11 PM
Post: #70
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HP-65

N=10, Time= 32 sec, Result= 13.71183501

N=100, Time= 329 sec, Result= 139.2971873

which is 11 sec faster than the HP-67.
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01-11-2018, 08:19 PM (This post was last modified: 01-11-2018 08:20 PM by pier4r.)
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Added. Much appreciated!

Someone with a 71B! For the glory!
maybe is it not possible? If I remember correctly the 71B should be basic programmable but maybe I am confused.

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01-11-2018, 08:30 PM
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(01-11-2018 08:19 PM)pier4r Wrote:  Someone with a 71B! For the glory!

Which program or formula? There are so many on this tread that I lost count... A 71B would be ready here on my desk!
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01-11-2018, 08:42 PM
Post: #73
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(01-11-2018 08:30 PM)Maximilian Hohmann Wrote:  Which program or formula? There are so many on this tread that I lost count... A 71B would be ready here on my desk!

http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-975...l#pid86751 see the frmula in the middle of the post. It is written in bold "formula to use".

If you want to use a program that is equivalent, you can do it too. I cannot provide you a program though, I do not posses a 71B.

Und Tausend Dank!

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01-11-2018, 09:16 PM (This post was last modified: 01-11-2018 09:39 PM by Maximilian Hohmann.)
Post: #74
RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
Allora ... col HP-71B, usando un programma semplicissimo:

Code:
5 X=0
10 FOR I=1 TO 1000
20 X=X+(EXP(SIN(ATAN(I))))^(0.333)
30 NEXT I
40 PRINT X

ottengo un risultato in 2 minuti e 58 secondi.

Adesso proverò la stessa cosa con un HP-75D (se riesco a ricordormi come si fa a programmarlo).

Saluti,
Max

Edit:
Lo stesso programma eseguito dal mio HP-75D ottiene un risultato (uguale!) in 2 primi e 28 secondi.
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01-11-2018, 10:03 PM (This post was last modified: 01-11-2018 10:13 PM by pier4r.)
Post: #75
RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
Woah. Kannst du Italienisch? (Kann ich Sie duzen?)

Auf jedem fall, wenn es möglich ist, lieber auf Deutsch schreiben, dass ich üben muss.

Translated: Woah, can you speak Italian? (Can I use the informal you with You?)
Anyway, if possible, I'd like to write in German, since I must train.

Edit.

Ergebnisse hinzugefügt. Fast 3 Minuten, oder 2 un halb sind nicht schlecht.
Results added. 3 minutes (almost) or 2 and half are not that bad.

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01-11-2018, 10:17 PM (This post was last modified: 01-11-2018 10:50 PM by Maximilian Hohmann.)
Post: #76
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(01-11-2018 10:03 PM)pier4r Wrote:  Kann ich Sie duzen?

Sure, "You can say you to me" as former German chancellor Kohl (allegedly) once said to Margaret Thatcher :-)

And yes, I (still) speak some Italian because I had the big luck to grow up in that beautiful country (all in all I lived there for 20 years and will almost certainly return there when I have to retire from work).

One of my proud possessions is an unused HP-97 with Italian box and manuals which they threw away in the research facility where my father worked - it still has it's engraved "Euratom" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_A..._Community) inventory plaque on it's back :-) Unfortunately I don't have it here so I can't run the benchmark on it now.

Edit: In the meantime I ran the exact same BASIC program on a Casio FX-880P. It takes 2 minutes and 38 seconds (for 1000 loops), so almost exactly in the middle of the HP-71 and 75. Mind you, the Casio came nearly 10 years after the HP-75 and yet it is slower!
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01-11-2018, 10:50 PM
Post: #77
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Los resultados deben estar identicos a los mismos en el HP 67.
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01-12-2018, 08:44 AM (This post was last modified: 01-12-2018 08:51 AM by pier4r.)
Post: #78
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Is the hp 97 not the big brother of the hp 67? Shouldn't it be faster?

edit: added the 880P (now it has 2 results)

plus, yes Italy is nice (its landscapes) as mostly every place in the world. I mean even the tundra in Russia is peculiar in some way.
Still I don't like the average mindset there, at least from the regions under Florence/Rome. In the North they were/are a little bit more organized (nonetheless there are some groups in the North that, well, are a bit backwards. Like people following separatists parties in the North-East or populists).

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01-12-2018, 08:47 AM
Post: #79
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(01-11-2018 10:50 PM)Michael de Estrada Wrote:  Los resultados deben estar identicos a los mismos en el HP 67.

Si. El HP-97 es simplemente un HP-67 con una impresora.
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