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Thread: Recommend me a *sensible* scientific calculator

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    Still have my Casio FX-850P with 32KB expansion pack bought new & an HP 15C I picked up in a car boot sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint-Just View Post
    It is fabulous... But lacks a card reader to save your programs if that is something you need.
    I believe it can switch between RPN and algebraic... but if you prefer the latter Casio has calculators that are scientific, graphic, and cheaper...
    Just to say “thanks” to S-J, I took your recommendation I bought a 35s recently. Lovely device, good key action, a real pleasure to use.

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    Great machine. Delighted you are happy with it but now we need photos
    'Against stupidity, the gods themselves struggle in vain' - Schiller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint-Just View Post
    Great machine. Delighted you are happy with it but now we need photos
    Serious question - can I post a picture direct from an iPhone or iPad? Since photobucket died some years ago, I’ve not tried to post a picture as I don’t care for photo hosting sites...

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    If you use Tapatalk, yes.
    If not, I use imgur.
    'Against stupidity, the gods themselves struggle in vain' - Schiller.

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    I had a Casio programmable calculator in the '80s. I only ever wrote one program for it, to solve linear equations using Gaussian elimination, for the Numerical Methods module on my Computer Science degree. I well remember writing out the code on paper then transferring it to the calculator. Worked first time! A pretty painstaking job because as I recall, the calculator's language used something akin to assembler; definitely not a high level language.

    I still have that calculator, but that was the only program I ever wrote for it. Shame really.

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