HP-50G Internal help?



#5

Hello all,

I'm not certain how one's supposed to memorize the syntax for all the 50G's function set and programming controls. So, is there an internal help system so I can check the syntax and function/command variations. I seem to remember the 28S having such a feature. If there is. how do I access it.


#6

The only real help system integrated into the operating system is the one that I wrote.



Details are available here

HP 50G Full Command and Function Reference incorporated into the O.S.

and here

Full Command and Function Reference inside your HP 50g.



An inferior non commercial stand alone version (which is *not* integrated into the O.S.) from another author is available at

http://www.hpcalc.org/search.php?query=hlp49

Regards,

Andreas

http://www.software49g.gmxhome.de


#7

Andreas demonstrated his integrated help system at HHC 2011. It's really nice.

#8

Thanks!


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