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First impressions on Casio FX-5800P
04-15-2018, 10:53 AM (This post was last modified: 04-15-2018 10:59 AM by Manolo Sobrino.)
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RE: First impressions on Casio FX-5800P
(06-17-2014 01:12 PM)xerxes Wrote:  Hello Manolo,

I've just read your post about the FX-5800P and noticed the significant speed difference of the n-queens benchmark.
To check if your FX-5800P is really slower than normal, I've tested the speed of 3 FX-5800Ps using SIGMA(X,X,1,10000) with following results: 58, 60 and 62 seconds.

Xerxes, sorry about this truly embarrassing delay but I missed your question from 2014 (oops...)

It's 64s for the sum. And 4m 26s for your N-Queens program*, with fresh battery. These values make it 10-15% slower than your fastest one.

*I get that Deg is a workaround for the skip in Dsz Y, it's indeed faster than the alternatives I've tried.

(04-14-2018 04:23 PM)Ask Mait Wrote:  Wondering if the cover comes off or you can only fold it back.

You can only fold it back. (But I've read a few complaints about its tendency to come off after dropping it.)

(04-14-2018 07:42 PM)Zaphod Wrote:  Does that mean my program must have at least 26 variables ........? Big Grin

I was looking for an alternative listing of Xerxes's N-Queens program and found an old post of his on a Casio forum where he explains this succinctly:

Programming Capability Of Fx-5800p
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