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Best calculator for the working engineer
07-06-2016, 11:02 AM
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RE: Best calculator for the working engineer
(07-06-2016 02:06 AM)Marcio Wrote:  If one is patient enough, knows how to get around (which is easy) the 22 bugs ( and is willing to program the 35s to compensate for what it is missing, it can become quite the calculator.

Also, if you like the 35s, I recommend reading this thread.

Thanks, I already did read that thread, and looked at all the 35s programs in the program board and on the site. I've entered or created every program I thought I needed or thought was lacking and read the User's Guide cover to cover. I feel like I'm pretty familiar with the 35S's capabilities Smile

Writing a 400+ line program to handle matrices (I modified Stefan's) isn't the best solution in my opinion. It's cumbersome to do and could easily be erased. Ditto for summation functions, derivatives, cross-products and better quadratic solving. Plus, single-letter labels are pretty restrictive. It is a very useful calculator, I just can't help wishing it was better.
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RE: Best calculator for the working engineer - Logan - 07-06-2016 11:02 AM

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