Summation based benchmark for calculators

01022018, 01:39 PM
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01032018, 02:46 PM
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A record breaking result for your list:
TI62 max=10 using a loop 63.5 seconds 13.71183502 Calculator Benchmark 

01032018, 04:00 PM
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(01032018 02:46 PM)xerxes Wrote: A record breaking result for your list: Thanks for the info that is even slower than me manually (although with a newer calc, the 506w). Impressive. And I have even a couple of ideas that I can be, without much stress, even faster with the 506w. In the previous test I put the value in X, I recalled the formula in F4 and I added the result to M with M+. I could just use M as increment, The formula in F4 as A+function(M) and then save the result in A. This may be clearly faster than my 47 seconds. Maybe I can break the 40s barrier. I will try when I have time. edit: anyone with a 71B ? Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

01032018, 04:05 PM
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(01032018 04:00 PM)pier4r Wrote: Thanks for the info that is even slower than me manually (although with a newer calc, the 506w). The TI53 might be even slower than that. I'll give it a go this evening. Edit: Nope. The TI62 is slower. Kind of... With only 32 (nonmerged) steps to play with I couldn't do a loop a fixed number of times so I let it run for about 15 minutes and then stopped it to see how many iterations had been completed. It was completing them at a rate of one iteration every 5.64 seconds. 

01092018, 10:20 PM
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Little bump:
still missing  71B  Some sharp PC  other capable (programmable or with sum function) calculators Really no one with a 71B? Pretty please! Virtual hugs! Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

01092018, 10:53 PM
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Sharp EL5120 Solver
With 100 iteration it runs for approx. 36 seconds, giving a result of 139.297187 (all digits correct according to my HP Prime). It lacks proper loop instructions, so I used a manual counter with a IF ... GOTO instruction Code:
Software Failure: Guru Meditation  Antonio IU2KIY 

01102018, 07:52 PM
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HP33C (Spice): N=10, 44 sec, Result=13.71183501
HP25C (Woodstock): N=10, 29 sec, Result=13.71183501 Again, the older Woodstock is significantly faster than the newer Spice. 

01102018, 08:13 PM
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I am impressed by the 33C, 34C and the TI equivalents.
A 71B? Anyone? Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

01102018, 08:50 PM
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I edited my post above to add the HP25C.


01112018, 08:11 PM
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HP65
N=10, Time= 32 sec, Result= 13.71183501 N=100, Time= 329 sec, Result= 139.2971873 which is 11 sec faster than the HP67. 

01112018, 08:19 PM
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Added. Much appreciated!
Someone with a 71B! For the glory! maybe is it not possible? If I remember correctly the 71B should be basic programmable but maybe I am confused. Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

01112018, 08:30 PM
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01112018, 08:42 PM
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(01112018 08:30 PM)Maximilian Hohmann Wrote: Which program or formula? There are so many on this tread that I lost count... A 71B would be ready here on my desk! http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread975...l#pid86751 see the frmula in the middle of the post. It is written in bold "formula to use". If you want to use a program that is equivalent, you can do it too. I cannot provide you a program though, I do not posses a 71B. Und Tausend Dank! Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

01112018, 09:16 PM
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Allora ... col HP71B, usando un programma semplicissimo:
Code: 5 X=0 ottengo un risultato in 2 minuti e 58 secondi. Adesso proverò la stessa cosa con un HP75D (se riesco a ricordormi come si fa a programmarlo). Saluti, Max Edit: Lo stesso programma eseguito dal mio HP75D ottiene un risultato (uguale!) in 2 primi e 28 secondi. 

01112018, 10:03 PM
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Woah. Kannst du Italienisch? (Kann ich Sie duzen?)
Auf jedem fall, wenn es möglich ist, lieber auf Deutsch schreiben, dass ich üben muss. Translated: Woah, can you speak Italian? (Can I use the informal you with You?) Anyway, if possible, I'd like to write in German, since I must train. Edit. Ergebnisse hinzugefügt. Fast 3 Minuten, oder 2 un halb sind nicht schlecht. Results added. 3 minutes (almost) or 2 and half are not that bad. Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

01112018, 10:17 PM
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(01112018 10:03 PM)pier4r Wrote: Kann ich Sie duzen? Sure, "You can say you to me" as former German chancellor Kohl (allegedly) once said to Margaret Thatcher :) And yes, I (still) speak some Italian because I had the big luck to grow up in that beautiful country (all in all I lived there for 20 years and will almost certainly return there when I have to retire from work). One of my proud possessions is an unused HP97 with Italian box and manuals which they threw away in the research facility where my father worked  it still has it's engraved "Euratom" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_A..._Community) inventory plaque on it's back :) Unfortunately I don't have it here so I can't run the benchmark on it now. Edit: In the meantime I ran the exact same BASIC program on a Casio FX880P. It takes 2 minutes and 38 seconds (for 1000 loops), so almost exactly in the middle of the HP71 and 75. Mind you, the Casio came nearly 10 years after the HP75 and yet it is slower! 

01112018, 10:50 PM
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Los resultados deben estar identicos a los mismos en el HP 67.


01122018, 08:44 AM
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Is the hp 97 not the big brother of the hp 67? Shouldn't it be faster?
edit: added the 880P (now it has 2 results) plus, yes Italy is nice (its landscapes) as mostly every place in the world. I mean even the tundra in Russia is peculiar in some way. Still I don't like the average mindset there, at least from the regions under Florence/Rome. In the North they were/are a little bit more organized (nonetheless there are some groups in the North that, well, are a bit backwards. Like people following separatists parties in the NorthEast or populists). Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

01122018, 08:47 AM
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01182018, 09:47 PM
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HP32S (Pioneer)
1000 loops —> 206 seconds, Result = 1395.34628770 100 loops —> 23 seconds, Result = 139.29718705 10 loops —> 3 seconds, Result = 13.71183502 

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