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HP 50g & SD Cards: Performance, Format, Notes
09-09-2016, 02:45 PM (This post was last modified: 09-09-2016 02:57 PM by Vtile.)
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RE: HP 50g & SD Cards: Performance, Format, Notes
If you do not have already, then get it (there is also english version):

Also please note that → in example is unicode glypth (IIRC), while calculator uses custom 8-bit? character map for math and special programming characters. So it is only partially compatible with the old 8-bit ascii codepages and unicode character sets. The /<< etc. notation is some odd archaic and long time forgotten HP48 legacy notation (...that is supposed to know, since every hp50g owner have had 48sx, HP35 and HP41, sorry there is really pita blackholes in the documentation and connectivity of this product still sold new with bold statements. *HP Fail*) that is listed at the end of Advanced User Manual.

So while you often see << it actually is just graphical substitute for 50g double angle iron symbol and is not suitable of computerised copy&paste.
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