• Re: Help programable hand helds

    From KP2 KP2@21:1/5 to ch...@amlog.demon.co.uk on Sun Mar 19 18:16:19 2023
    On Saturday, May 27, 2000 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-7, ch...@amlog.demon.co.uk wrote:
    On Wed, 24 May 2000, Ash wrote:
    I need some help and information on programmable hand held finance calculators. If you can point me in the right direction I will be
    eternally grateful (allow you to marry my 1st born child etc.etc.)
    Have you looked at Hewlett Packard's venerable HP12C? That's
    keystroke programmable. Their HP19BII has a solver function,
    which although not strictly programmable can tackle most
    problems you're likely to face with a calculator. Finally the
    HP200LX has a built-in 19BII calculator, full PIM functions
    and Lotus 1-2-3, plus you can add your own programming
    language of choice (e.g. C, Pascal, Perl) since it has MS-DOS
    5.0 in ROM.
    Thanks for the marriage offer, but I'm already afflicted.
    Chris Randle (ch...@amlog.demon.co.uk)
    I used the HP12C. Easy to program keystrokes. I still have it someplace.

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