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(35S) for Surveyors - PedroLeiva - 11-24-2015 10:17 PM

Several years ago I wrote thirty two programs for topographic calculations that I want to share. Attached is a complete list in English and Spanish. They contain program steps, instructions and numerical examples.
Those that are of interest will be uploaded. Pedro

Editing: here three websites very important for HP 35s in Topography
http://www.mygeodesy.id.au/documents/HP35s%20Surveying%20Programs.pdf
http://www.wollindina.com/index.php/hp-calculators/hp-35s-calculator
http://www.amerisurv.com/content/view/4677/153/
NOTE: in the botton of the webpage, at “Amerisurv search option” add Jason Foose as keyword, explore from Issue Septembre 2104 to November 2015 (12 excellent chained articles)


RE: HP 35s for Surveyors - Marcio - 11-24-2015 11:56 PM

Superb work and dedication towards the 35s never seen before. If you are interested in seeing what others have programmed for the 35s, I recommend you start with this thread.

Marcio


RE: HP 35s for Surveyors - billydb101 - 05-13-2016 01:28 PM

I must be blind, all i see is a list .where are the programs file.


RE: HP 35s for Surveyors - PedroLeiva - 05-15-2016 02:29 AM

(05-13-2016 01:28 PM)billydb101 Wrote:  I must be blind, all i see is a list .where are the programs file.
Given that tale with few MB to upload files, and the total required is 14 MB, I am only able to publish some of the 32 of the list. I did not want to publish any until I know if someone was interested.


RE: HP 35s for Surveyors - billydb101 - 05-15-2016 02:52 PM

Thank you , Pedro for making them for the world to know, I am sure there are many who have interest in them.This is the only RPN Logic (science) calculator made today and i hope HP has plans and the insight to keep RPN language in one of their science calculators. It will be a sad day for RPN users when they stop. I wish there was two. One that was more advance,I know the 35 was kept low tech for students, but it is still a good calculator.Every time i cut my 41cx on ,i smile.
billy