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stopwatch features on calculators
09-08-2018, 03:13 PM (This post was last modified: 09-08-2018 03:16 PM by pier4r.)
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stopwatch features on calculators
So I often use a stopwatch with laps or split times. For some activities I find it really important.

For the hp 50g I am aware of the program of DavidM. Multistopwatch , really well done (well, DavidM quality is best quality).
https://www.hpcalc.org/details/7410

I try to employ somehow also the other calculators. For the ti89 I tried a couple(with which more than math use mostly ready made programs, as there are a ton. Like tichess that is not bad, pacman and co) .
jtimer has a nice interface, 5 laps, but the timer is too inaccurate ( https://www.ticalc.org/archives/files/fi...11490.html ) .
Ztimer has a super simple interface, last lap, but the timer is accurate. https://www.ticalc.org/archives/files/fi...39806.html .
Split52 simply doesn't work. https://www.ticalc.org/archives/files/fi...36988.html .
Does anyone else knows something close to multistopwatch for the ti 89 with an accurate timer?

What about the casio 9860 series? (I know that there casio basic doesn't even offer timing features but someone maybe did something with the casio SDK).

What about the hp prime?

What about the ti nspire ?

Others (hp, ti, casio, sharp, numworks, whatever)? I would bet that the 41 and 42 have stopwatch features with plenty of split / lap times.

In general the best stopwatch as application (not as a watch!) for a mobile device that I know is multitimer on android. It has even the history of the recorded time by a timer. I know that having that on a calculator is too much, anyway multistopwatch is already quite neat.

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