Jacques Laporte's Fantastic Site



#5

Has anyone noticed what a treasure trove of info is contained in
Jacques Laporte's site? At:

http://www.jacques-laporte.org/index.html


If one is interested in the makeup of early HP calculators, there is step-by-step info on what makes the HP-35 tick. The Woodstock series is also covered, and in particular HP-21 & HP-25.

I keep reading and rereading his site and always learn something new about the genius of the people who created these fantastic machines!

I hope he will do the same on the HP-80 and also the Spice Series.

Bob


#6

lmgtfy


#7

Let me google that for you. That is kewl.


#8

I concur. I could get someone in trouble with that...


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