HP29C - DSZ ISZ Question - Printable Version +- HP Forums (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum) +-- Forum: HP Museum Forums (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum/forum-1.html) +--- Forum: Old HP Forum Archives (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum/forum-2.html) +--- Thread: HP29C - DSZ ISZ Question (/thread-70210.html) HP29C - DSZ ISZ Question - Mike T. - 03-08-2005 I have never owned an HP29C (nor given the prices on e-bay am I ever likely to own one either) but would like to know if the operation of the DSZ/ISZ instructions on the HP29C/HP19C is similar to the DSE/ISG functions on the HP11C - obviously in the case of the HP29C/HP19C the test is against a zero value, but did the HP29C use the fractional and integer parts of the I register in the same was as the HP11C (and HP34C) or was it was it altogether simpler?Thanks.Mike T. Re: HP29C - DSZ ISZ Question - Andrés C. Rodríguez (Argentina) - 03-08-2005 I don't have a 29/19 either, but have used a 29C for a short while many years ago. If I recall correctly (I apologize in advance if I'm wrong), as the test value was zero and as the step was always one, the fractional part is always zero´. For comparison, in the HP41 any register used for ISG/DSE operations has the format: iiiii.fffcc where i is the initial or current value, fff the final value and cc the step. Re: HP29C - DSZ ISZ Question - Bram - 03-09-2005 Small addition: the fractional part doesn't need to be zero. It's just being ignored. Re: HP29C - DSZ ISZ Question - Mike T. - 03-11-2005 To summarize - the fractional part of the value in R0 is ignored (and left unchanged?) while integer part is incremented/decremented and next instruction is skipped if the result is zero. Please correct me if I'm wrong! Many thanks for the feedback.Mike T. Re: HP29C - DSZ ISZ Question - Bram - 03-14-2005 fractional part is indeed left unchanged and of course the test is done on the integer part only. Re: HP29C - DSZ ISZ Question - Mike T. - 03-14-2005 Thank you...