07-16-2007, 12:12 PM

To those of us who have the privilege of owning and playing around with an HP35S already:

- What are the menus of this new calc?
- What is the menu structure?
- Which commands are in which menu?

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07-16-2007, 12:12 PM

To those of us who have the privilege of owning and playing around with an HP35S already:

- What are the menus of this new calc?
- What is the menu structure?
- Which commands are in which menu?

07-16-2007, 12:37 PM

Here's what I can give you for now.

L.R. - Linear regression and estimation.

x-bar, y-bar - Arithmetic mean of statistical x– and y–values;

weighted mean of statistical x–values.

s,sigma - Sample and population standard deviation.

CONST - Menu of 41 physics constants.

SUMS - Statistical data summations.

BASE - Base conversions (Base 2, 8, 10 and 16).

INTG - Sign value, integer division, remainder, greatest

integer, fractional part, integer part.

LOGIC - Logical operators for base-n numbers.

FLAGS - Functions to set, clear, and test flags.

x?y - Comparison tests of the X–and Y–registers.

x?0 - Comparison tests of the X–register and 0.

MEM - Memory status (bytes of memory available); catalog

of variables; catalog of program labels.

MODE - Angular modes and operation mode

DISPLAY - Fixed, scientific, engineering, full floating point

display; radix symbol options; complex number display.

Roll Down - Allows review of the 4-level stack in ALG mode or in an EQN

CLEAR- Functions to clear different portions of memory

07-16-2007, 06:03 PM

Gene, is there a Clear Stack (CLSTK) command?

07-16-2007, 06:27 PM

Yes, there is a clear stack, blue shift CLEAR 5.

The other clear commands are:

1 - CLx

2 - VARS (clears all lettered variables)

3 - ALL (prompts for a Y / N response)

4 - Sigma (stat variables)

5 - Stack

6 - CLVARx (prompts for a 3 digit number. Clears all indirect variable locations *greater* than the supplied prompt).

07-16-2007, 06:55 PM

CLVARx. Interesting. I presume that's programmable too, eh? This would indicate to me that we would want to start putting near-temporary variables at the high end of the spectrum, and more permanent variables near the lower end of the bank. That way one could clear out the near-temporary variables in one sweep.

Can one store directly into some of the statistics variables?

thanks,

bruce

07-16-2007, 07:07 PM

Stat variables are indirect only, using -27 through -32 as the index.

Yes, CLVARx is programmable.

07-16-2007, 08:02 PM

Thanks!

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