To get an engineering degree took me 3 x TI58c (one stolen, two broken).
Casio I later bought at $8 US in 1985 still works great. Takes a beating
and keeps on hex-converting. Left it at home, so I’m not sure of the model
number. But who cares you probably can’t get it anyways now.
Anyways maybe I am too skeptical, never did I think of uses for graphing
calculators that can’t be better served by a PC now. Spend $10-12 for a
convenience, and save the rest of the money for beers.
If you just need to spend big money for some reason, buy a palm-pilot.
Scientific and programmer programs are easily available, even freeware.
“Mike Schneider” <Mike.Schneider@us.heidelberg.com> wrote in message
My CASIO CM-100 COMPUTER MATH CALC has those features, AND solar powered,
but at over 15 years old they probably don’t makem any more either.
Richard R. Kramer <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3C3B7545.F9E13EC4@kramer-smilko.com> …
My 100-year-old HP16C still works. It’s on its third set of batteries!
Maybe you can find a used one?
Bill Caroselli wrote:
This is not a software related question. I just like asking the QNX
community questions like this.
I had a calculator, the Texas Instruments “TI-68 ‘Programmer’”. The
is now flaky so I wanted to replace it. This is the third
calculator I’ve had from TI. Apparently TI has discontinued the
“Programmer”. I don’t want to spend a fortune on an expensive
Does anyone know of a cheap calculator that does bin/oct/dec/hex
Bill Caroselli – 1(530) 510-7292