Which HP models have a MOD function?

12292017, 09:49 PM
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Which HP models have a MOD function?
I've been trying to discern which HP calculators have a builtin MOD (modulo) function. I *think* this is the list, but it takes a crazy amount of hunting to answer such questions.
HP calculators with a builtin MOD function: 28C/S 33S (called RMDR but really a mod function) 35S (called RMDR but really a mod function) 38G 39/40all 41all 42S 48/49/50all 71B (has both MOD and RMD) 75 (has both MOD and RMD) Did I miss any? Thanks in advance! BTW, I'm NOT looking for ways to implement MOD on the other programmable models. There have already been plenty of postings about that, e.g. HERE. X<> c Joe 

12292017, 09:51 PM
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RE: Which HP models have a MOD function?
The Prime has MOD (Modulus) also.
Salvo ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU), HP Prime, 50g, 41CX, 42s, 15C, 12C, DM42 :: Prime Soft. Lib 

12292017, 10:04 PM
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RE: Which HP models have a MOD function?
Joe, 17b and 19b series have mod as a solver function.


12292017, 10:14 PM
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RE: Which HP models have a MOD function?
The HP16C of course..
Only in binary mode however and called "RMD". 

12292017, 11:59 PM
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RE: Which HP models have a MOD function?
(12292017 10:04 PM)Don Shepherd Wrote: Joe, 17b and 19b series have mod as a solver function. Which means the 27S has it as well (I did check, as there are some subtle differences in the solvers) Bob Prosperi 

12312017, 12:58 AM
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HP Calc in 95LX, 100LX, and 200LX
(12292017 10:04 PM)Don Shepherd Wrote: Joe, 17b and 19b series have mod as a solver function. By extension, the HP Calc financial calculator built into the palmtops (95LX, 100LX, and 200LX) has almost the same MOD() solver function. The syntax for the palmtops uses a comma to separate arguments instead of a colon. Alan 

12312017, 06:15 AM
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RE: Which HP models have a MOD function?
Palmtops have 4 options, namely .,;:


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