Did the HP65 record data?

03222017, 04:34 PM
(This post was last modified: 03222017 10:18 PM by Willy R. Kunz.)
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RE: Did the HP65 record data?
When I created RPN65, the HP65 simulator for iPhone and iPad, I decided to add the capability to read and write data cards, just like the HP67 does. In fact, you can easily exchange data cards between RPN65, RPN67 and RPN97.
Alternatively, you can store and load registers along with the program on the same card by simply flipping a switch. This actually eliminates the need for data cards or dataloading programs. TouchIDenabled devices even let you protect your register data. BTW, the "67/97 program with a more accurate approximation where the constants are intended to be stored on a data card" Dieter mentioned above may now be downloaded for RPN67/97 here. (Scroll down to the Math section.) 

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