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HP 48 Insights
Part 1: Principles and Programming

Autor: William C. Wickes
Verlag: Larken Publications (1991)
ISBN: 0962525839, 0-9625258-5-5
381 Seiten, English


HP48 Insights
I. Principles and Programming

The HP 48G/GX is the most powerful calculator ever developed. Along with its extensive symbolic and numeric mathematical functionality including automated graphics, the HP 48 provides exceptional programming and customization facilities that make it applicable to a broad range of practical problems. The sheer extent of the HP 48's capabilities do, however, make the calculator a challenge to learn and master.

HP48 Insights I is the first volume of a two-part series by Dr. William Wickes on the operation and application of the HP 48. This book concentrates on the underlying unified principles of HP 48 operation, and the tools and techniques for programming the calculator. Special attention is given to object storage, display management, and customization with key assignments, menus, and modes. All concepts are illustrated with specific examples, including over 100 practical example programs featuring programming techniques such as local variables, program structures, recursion, and the uses of lists and arrays.

This HP 48G/GX Edition is revised and extended to cover the new features and user interface of the HP 48G and HP 48GX calculators. Most of the material applies equally well to the HP 48S/SX family. Part II of HP 48 Insights will focus on the integrated systems of the HP 48, such as plotting, symbolic mathematics, and unit management.

Chapter Headings:

1. Introduction                      1
2. RPN Principles                    19
3. Objects and Execution             29
4. Object Creation                   77
5. The HP 48 Stack                   125
6. Storing Objects                   141
7. Customization                     189
8. Problem Solving                   211
9. Programming                       229
10. Display Operations and Graphics  273
11. Arrays and Lists                 297
12. Program Development              343

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