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Is There A 39gII Applet or Program yet which does RPN?  Jake Schwartz  10042012 Hi, I was just wondering from the 39gII user community whether anyone has yet attempted to fashion a program or applet which would simulate runmode RPN on that machine. It seems like it would be a fun project.
Thanks, Re: Is There A 39gII Applet or Program yet which does RPN?  hpnut  10042012 I support Jake's suggestion. To me, HP calculators must have RPN. cheers,
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Re: Is There A 39gII Applet or Program yet which does RPN?  C.Ret  10052012 Be aware that an advanced calculator manipuling vectors, matrix, list, local variable as well as private subroutine, symbolic expression is closer to an RPL calculator than an RPN one ! :)
Edited: 5 Oct 2012, 3:19 a.m.
Re: Is There A 39gII Applet or Program yet which does RPN?  Eddie W. Shore  10052012 I will have to look at my notes, but I think I have done an RPN program for the 39G once.
Re: Is There A 39gII Applet or Program yet which does RPN?  Gilles Carpentier  10052012 Long time ago, I wrote in Turbo Pascal an interpreted RPN language wich was a mixt of RPL and Forth With the powerfull embeded language of the 39gII it is possible to write this. But i see some big limitations about :
 Interactive usage and displaying stack
If I have some time I will try what it can be do ....
Re: Is There A 39gII Applet or Program yet which does RPN?  M. Joury  10222012 I wrote a program for the 39gs that supports basic RPN. About the level of an HP35 or perhaps an HP45. Don't know that it would work on a 39gII though. If I ever pick up a 39gII I will convert it to that platform.
Marwan
Re: Is There A 39gII Applet or Program yet which does RPN?  Namir  10312012 Hello Maruan, There is no 39gII app for RPN. The closest I can think of (and I have been using that machine a lot recently) is a series of function(s) that initialize the stack (in a column matrix that has 4 rows representing the stack) and then using other functions to execute math operations and evaluate functions. Each function would return the matrix that simulates the stack. This is a simple approach, but might actually works by using the Pascallike programming language of the machine.
Namir
