[Re: [rescue] geeky toys]
rescue at sunhelp.org
Wed Jun 27 20:21:32 CDT 2001
I di somewhat, but I am currently down to 2 (I just sold my HP42s :() I
got a HP-75D (more like a PDA) and a HP32SII (daily use). I also miss my
HP-15C that someone stole from me whilst in College. I will have them
again, oh yes, they will be mine.
If I could only choose one to have again, it would be the HP-15C.
RPN all the way!
At 08:56 PM 6/27/01 -0400, you wrote:
>On June 27, Dan Sikorski wrote:
> > > Once you get used to RPN, you never go back.
> > Amen my brother!
> > I don't care what people may say about RPN (or Polish Notation as
> > referred to by those who have not seen the light) It's simply the best
> > way of doing things. One of those things where once you use it, you'll
> > never go back again.
> I'll add my voice of agreement here as well. RPN is truly
>wonderful. My affinity for RPN has even inspired me to build up quite
>a collection of antique (and not so antique) HP calculators.
> Though I have most of the models they produced, my two running
>favorites for daily use are the 41CX and the 28S.
> Any other HP calculator collectors here?
> -Dave McGuire
>rescue maillist - rescue at sunhelp.org
Call Sign: KG4KVX
-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
GIT/AT d+ s+:+ a C++ US++++ P+ L+ E--- W++ N+ o K+ w O- M+ V
PS PE+ Y+ PGP t+ 5 X+ R tv b+ DI+ D++ G e++ h--- r+++ y+++
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------
More information about the rescue