RPN on a pocket computer

09082020, 11:23 AM
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RPN on a pocket computer
An excerpt from TRS80 Microcomputer News (volume4, issue9), October 1982, pages 4043
" For all you Reverse Polish Notation lovers, here is a program for the PC1 pocket computer (PC2 changes follow the main article) that will replace the old Hewlett Packard you threw out! It is an almost perfect simulation of an RPN Calculator, and includes a register shift key, an "exchange X and Y register" key, keys to store and recall up to 38 numbers (in the data memories), and all of the functions you would expect to find in any selfrespecting calculator. Oh, and there is a quadratic notation equation solution program, as well. " BEST! SlideRule 

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