After market Books for HP 49g



#4

I have a new HP 49g and find the reference material to be very limited in examples and applications. I am seeking any after market material. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Tony


#5

A good place for information on the HP49 can be found at www.hpcalc.org.

There are two tutorials on programming the HP49 written by Eduardo Kalinowski that are quite good, one on User RPL and the other on Sys RPL. Check out http://move.to/hpkb

Also, there are two books written by Gilberto Urroz for the HP49, they deal mainly with science applications and uses User RPL. I haven't read them but they seem to be getting favorable feedback on the hp48 newsgroup (comp.sys.hp48).

Hope this helps,

Steve


#6

By the way, you can find the books by Urroz at
http://www.greatunpublished.com/Authors/Gilberto_Urroz.htm#science

Steve


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