Ok, ok, I confess: I’m GLAD that I spent the last umpteen years griping about the design flaws in Hewlett Packard’s otherwise excellent top-of-the-line programmable graphing calculators. I’m glad that I put those gripes on the web. Why? Because HP LISTENED. Not just to me, of course, but to all of us loyal customers who were shocked that HP could make such blunders after so many decades of unequaled excellence. We complained long and loud, and HP heard us. The HP 50g was the result, and it was WORTH THE WAIT!
For daily discussions about the HP 50g (and other HP programmables), check out the comp.sys.hp48 Usenet newsgroup.
The best online archive of free downloadable software for all HP programmables is HPCalc.org
In the old PPC days, we relished writing programs that did as much as possible, as quickly as possible, in the fewest possible bytes. In that spirit, I offer the following little collection of tiny programs for you to enjoy using. If you were a PPC member, you will also enjoy reading the source code, which should hopefully bring back sweet memories of the days when every byte and clock cycle was important.
Guarantee: If you are not 100% satisfied, your $0 will be refunded, no questions asked.