RPN and the HP 38G



#5

I've seen programs for TI calculators that allow you to use them in an RPN mode. I've wondered if anyone has seen the equivalent for the 38G ?


#6

Actually, the HP-38G is an RPL machine internally,

similar to the HP-48, but with some more advanced internal features.

However, the RPL kernel is hidden from the user in the HP-38G.

Have you checked www.hpcalc.org about this topic ?


Raymond

#7

Could you tell us where you did find the programs for the TI equipment ? Sometimes we are forced to use TI machines and if it could be by the RPN entry method it woud be nice. Thanks!


#8

At the risk of being lynched, here are links to another couple of sites

http://www.paxm.org/symbulator/download/rpn.html

http://www.ticalc.org/pub/83plus/flash/programs/

I don't have these calculators so have never tried the programs.

I did have a look at the hpcalc site but couldn't see anything.


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