Summation based benchmark for calculators

04222021, 06:33 PM
(This post was last modified: 04302021 09:41 PM by Guenter Schink.)
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
I think we have new champion  by quite a margin
Prime G2 Beta 2.1.14549 using Python Code: #PYTHON name From the Home screen invoke this Python program with sums(?) where "?" question mark has to be replaced by the exponent which denotes the magnitude
Output will be the exponent, the resulting number, the time and the sum. E.g. 3 1000 0.036 sec 1395.3462877433426 Code: Results: I think that's quite impressive specifically when compared with the values for native PPL. Günter Edit: put the timing into the Python code rather than using TEVAL 

05012021, 09:18 AM
(This post was last modified: 05012021 09:23 AM by OlidaBel.)
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Something new to me, maybe a lack of Prime knowledge.
My Prime is configured in RPN (for stack Home computations). I tried the sum "benchmark" proposed here, then Pick (copy) the first formula to modify it in the command line, I want to run a bigger one, from a 1000 to 10000 sum. I only added a zero behind "1000", the Editor refuses to validate the formula. Why ? https://ibb.co/wgZJbrL https://ibb.co/VD2Wzp6 https://ibb.co/WfpDSGv  HP 48GX, Prime G2, 50G, 28S. A long time ago : 11C, 15C, 28C. SwissMicros DM42, DM15L 

08052021, 04:06 PM
(This post was last modified: 08052021 04:09 PM by pier4r.)
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
Finally updated up to post #221 (yay after years! Well priorities...)
It took more than 2 hours, so it wasn't that trivial. Updated also here: http://www.wiki4hp.com/doku.php?id=bench...g_exp_root and here: https://osdn.net/users/pier4r/pf/various...chmark.txt I am not so sure about some results regarding 500k with the prime G2. Now you all need to add more entries so that I have to catch up again Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

08082021, 10:59 AM
(This post was last modified: 08082021 11:02 AM by Guenter Schink.)
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(08052021 04:06 PM)pier4r Wrote: Finally updated up to post #221 (yay after years! Well priorities...) The HP Expander (not XP Expander) is a calculator from HP, not a mobile device. It never saw the light of the markets. I've got a prototype at one of the HHCCs. Günter 

08082021, 11:03 AM
(This post was last modified: 08082021 11:04 AM by Massimo Gnerucci.)
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(08082021 10:59 AM)Guenter Schink Wrote: The HP Expander (not XP Expander) is a calculator from HP, not a mobile device. But I think it never saw the light of the markets. I've got a prototype at one of the HHCCs. It actually was "HP Xpander". Have a couple, from different development stages. Greetings, Massimo +×÷ ↔ left is right and right is wrong 

08082021, 11:44 AM
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(08082021 11:03 AM)Massimo Gnerucci Wrote:(08082021 10:59 AM)Guenter Schink Wrote: The HP Expander (not XP Expander) is a calculator from HP, not a mobile device. But I think it never saw the light of the markets. I've got a prototype at one of the HHCCs. Thanks for the correction. I could have had a closer look either to the device or the Wiki article Günter 

08122021, 08:00 AM
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
ThetaCalc, an RPN calculator app running on iOS which can be programmed in JavaScript, produced the following result for n = 1000000 on an iPhone 12:
HP museum benchmark (n = 1000000) Sum = 1395612.1587253837 Time = 0.189 seconds I don't know, however, whether the app fits into one of the given categories. Here is the program: Code: function benchmark(n) { 

08172021, 11:04 PM
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
I recently received a Sharp PC1201 and was currious how this nice little machine would perform, here are the results :
N=10 ~25s result 13,318529402 N=100 ~285s result 138,90159786 N=1000 ~2844s result 1394,95067416 

08172021, 11:23 PM
(This post was last modified: 08172021 11:23 PM by toml_12953.)
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
(04222021 06:33 PM)Guenter Schink Wrote: I think we have new champion  by quite a margin When I copy and paste that code into the emulator, I get Code: Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 5, in <module> Tom L Cui bono? 

08182021, 03:09 PM
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
(08172021 11:23 PM)toml_12953 Wrote:(04222021 06:33 PM)Guenter Schink Wrote: I think we have new champion  by quite a margin I just also copied it to the virtual Prime. works flawlessly. (?) The error actually points to line 6 "c=int(sys.argv[0])" Can't assume what's going wrong. Günter 

08182021, 04:01 PM
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
(08182021 03:09 PM)Guenter Schink Wrote:(08172021 11:23 PM)toml_12953 Wrote: When I copy and paste that code into the emulator, I get I had digit grouping set to 123,456.789. When I change it to 123456.789, I don't get an error but I get a lot of zeroes on the screen and what may be an infinite loop. Tom L Cui bono? 

08182021, 06:56 PM
(This post was last modified: 08182021 07:15 PM by Guenter Schink.)
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
(08182021 04:01 PM)toml_12953 Wrote: I had digit grouping set to 123,456.789. When I change it to 123456.789, I don't get an error but I get a lot of zeroes on the screen and what may be an infinite loop. o.K. I think I found the problem. It wasn't clearly explained. You have to enter the exponent rather then the number. E.g. enter 3 to get 1000 iterations. Have a look at the code and now it should become obvious. I chose this because "sys.argv[0]" doesn't seem to work reliably with numbers greater 999. Consequently if it works somehow, the first output is a digit with as many zeros as requested, and that output takes a while. Günter edit: I just realized that I can't run the program from the command line I had to go to the program catalog <SHIFT> <1> and run it fro there 

08182021, 07:18 PM
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
(08182021 06:56 PM)Guenter Schink Wrote:(08182021 04:01 PM)toml_12953 Wrote: I had digit grouping set to 123,456.789. When I change it to 123456.789, I don't get an error but I get a lot of zeroes on the screen and what may be an infinite loop. Oof! Es tuit mir leid! Yes, an exponent of 1000 would take a long time! Thank you for replying. Tom L Cui bono? 

11272022, 10:34 AM
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
Updated up to post #233
Also the HP Xpander name and category fixed. Hopefully I didn't miss anything. Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

01242023, 01:12 PM
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
I have bought newer casio model, fx570CW several months ago and reminded this thread. Test results below:
max = 10000 ~ 581s  casio fx570CW, 13955.8579 (sum function) max = 1000 ~ 59s  casio fx570CW, 1395.346288 (sum function) max = 100 ~ 7s  casio fx570CW, 139.297187 (sum function) max = 10 ~ 1s  casio fx570CW, 13.71183502 (sum function) fx570CW is significantly faster than fx570EX. Let's compare them. 1s / 2s (max = 10) 7s / 12s (max = 100) 59s / 109s (max = 1000) 581s / 1073s (max = 10000) S.Korean / HP50G  fx570EX  fx570CW  HP200LX 

01282023, 09:22 AM
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Tested with HP200LX too.
max = 10000 ~ 257s  HP200LX turbo c 2.01, 13955.857904 max = 1000 ~ 27s  HP200LX turbo c 2.01, 1395.346288 max = 100 ~ 4s  HP200LX turbo c 2.01, 139.297187 max = 10 ~ 2s  HP200LX turbo c 2.01, 13.711835 Code: #include <math.h> S.Korean / HP50G  fx570EX  fx570CW  HP200LX 

04052023, 12:53 PM
(This post was last modified: 04052023 01:13 PM by Eddie W. Shore.)
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
Σ( ³√[e^(sin(tan^1(x)))], x=1 to 1000)
Casio fx991CW: Result: 1395.346288 Time: approx. 57 seconds TI30X Pro MathPrint (Europe): Result: 1395.346288 Time: approx. 1 minute, 44 seconds 

04052023, 08:01 PM
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RE: Summation based benchmark for calculators
Once again Python on PRIME
This time using "Generator" Code: from math import * significantly faster than the previous published Python code (Top of this page). The calculation is done in this oneliner: >>Sum = sum(pow(e**(sin(atan(i))),1/3) for i in range(1,Number+1)) << Code: 10,000 > 0.101 sec 13955.8579042916 Günter 

04102023, 02:13 PM
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HP Prime G2 V.14603 Python
========================== 100.000 > 0.84s 1.000.000 > 8.4s 10.000.000 > 84.1s optimized post #238: x=1/3 Sum = sum(exp(sin(atan(i)))**x for i in range(1,Number+1)) 

04102023, 10:21 PM
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(01282023 09:22 AM)BINUBALL Wrote: Tested with HP200LX too. Couldn't resist trying this on a modern PC... Code:
Mike T. HP21, HP25, HP32E, HP33C, HP34C, HP10C, HP11C, HP12C, HP32S, HP22S 

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