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Reverse Polish Notation Made Easy

Autor: Jean-Daniel Dodin, Keith Jarett
Verlag: Synthetix (1984)
ISBN: 0-9612174-2-1
146 Seiten, English


The ENTER key is a prominent feature of Hewlett-Packard calculators. It is central to the Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) logic system used by these machines. "ENTER" was written especially for owners of Series 10 machines, most notably the HP-11C and HP-15C, and also the HP-10C, HP-12C, and the HP-16C.

"ENTER" will show you how RPN works and how to write simple programs for your calculator. Over 50 useful tricks and application programs are presented, including fraction conversion, root finding, and financial calculations.

Whether you are a beginner of an experienced user, "ENTER" will help you get the most out of your Hewlett-Packard calculator.

Über diesen Autor

Jean-Daniel Dodin is French. He teaches drafting and engineering calculation at a high school in Toulouse.

He was introduced to Reverse Polish Notation in 1975, with the non-programmable HP-21 calculator. In 1979, when the HP-41C first became available, it was natural for him to order one. Buying a HP-15C when it became available was also somewhat inevitable. He learned about the PPC in early 1981 through Bill Wickes' book "Synthetic Programming on the HP-41C", and in September of the same year, founded a PPC chapter in Toulouse. This chapter, with 400 members, was at the time the largest French speaking chapter. The author is also the editor of the French chapter newsletter, PPC-T.

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