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When is a C better than a CV?
07-08-2016, 05:46 PM
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When is a C better than a CV?
When your programs and registers will fit in a smaller space and you want to be able to reasonably use WALL.
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07-08-2016, 05:52 PM
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RE: When is a C better than a CV?
Just on principal, conversions to a CL by using a C seems less 'wasteful'.

Also, using a TK HP41C 'restores' and upgrades a rare and fun variation of the 41 series.

I wasn't able to use my TK since it had the wonky internal connector, and, LOL, I wound up converting a 41CV anyhow.

2speed HP41CX,int2XMEM+ZEN, HPIL+DEVEL, HPIL+X/IO, I/R, 82143, 82163, 82162 -25,35,45,55,65,67,70,80
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