Hewlett-Packard Company shall not be liable for any errors or incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this manual or the examples contained herein. Hi, Unfortunately I cannot help you with a manual. This entered the imaginary part on the imaginary stack and showed the real part in the display. Indirect addressing was available via a dedicated index register I. One or two bytes were used for each instruction stored in a program and the maximum number of registers was 67. I like the calculator very much and hope to find inspiration in that solutions handbook but maybe it is only a collection of well known concept like simpson's rule, matrix inversion and so on.
The calculator would briefly display the row and column just stored. The last part describes the four advanced mathematics capabilities. Almost all the built-in functions worked for complex numbers just as they did for real numbers. These could be shared among the matrices as the user required. I would say the manual gives specific use tips that help in how to get more calculating power with limited memory.
The calculator could work with up to 5 matrices named A-E. To use these programs, the user entered two numbers into two stack positions and invoked the appropriate subroutine. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this manual, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability non- infringement and fitness for a particular purpose. Reproduction, adaptation, or translation of this manual is prohibited without prior written permission of Hewlett-Packard Company, except as allowed under the copyright laws. Matrix elements could be recalled in similar fashions but there was also a stack-based shortcut. To see the imaginary part, the user could press f i and hold it as long as needed.
. When the number of registers was reduced, highest numbered registers disappeared first. It does include specific methods for running lengthy programs like Matrix inversion pg 210-211. This handbook is written for you, regardless of your level of expertise. The I and i keys did double duty both as index register keys and complex number keys.
Up to to 64 matrix elements could exist in the calculator. The Function Summary and Index and the Programming Summary and Index at the back of this manual can be used for quick reference to each function key and as a handy page reference to more comprehensive information inside the manual. This was cumbersome because it turned a four level stack into a two level stack and required a subroutine and label for any complex function the user might require. However the calculator had a user mode which swapped the shifted and unshifted functions on these keys making the subroutines A-E callable with a single key. Programs for manipulating complex numbers existed as far back as the.
The various appendices describe additional details of calculator operation, as well as warranty and service information. The second part covers programming and is broken down into three subsections — The Mechanics, Examples, and Further Information — in order to make it easy for users with varying backgrounds to find the information they need. . . . . .
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