HP PrintCalc 100 & OfficeCalc 200.
Richard J. Nelson
rjnelsoncf at cox.net
Mon Oct 3 16:14:28 PDT 2011
Thanks. You beat me to reporting what I have also discovered. It is too
bad the User Instructions are so poorly written.
Another interesting personality trait I have found is that the second input
is saved as a constant. 2 + 3 = 5.
The "3" is saved as a constant so pressing = again will add 3 each time it
2 x = 4. Press = again to multiply by 2 for 8 etc. to make a power of two
table of values. The same applies to subtraction and division.
I like the OfficeCalc 200 because of the large display and 14 digits. Nice
for a $15 calculator.
X < > Y,
3 divide equal will provide the reciprocal. Divide equal again bring back
3.000. . . 0003. Repeating brings back a 3's so there is an error in the
13th place on the OfficeCalc 200.
From: hhc-bounces at lists.brouhaha.com [mailto:hhc-bounces at lists.brouhaha.com]
On Behalf Of Günter Schink
Sent: Monday, October 03, 2011 1:43 PM
To: Handheld Computing Conference discussion list
Subject: Re: HP PrintCalc 100
I got that PrintCalc as a door prize and have checked this.
If floating is selected, then there is no rounding at all, the number is
simply truncated, regardless of which rounding is selected.
If 0, 2, 3 or A is selected, the 5/4 switch cycles through these three
E.g. selected: 3
Round up --> indicator up-arrow 1/3 ==> 0.334 2/3 ==> 0.667
Round down --> indicator dn-arrow 1/3 ==> 0.333 2/3 ==> 0.666
Round 5/4 --> indicator 5/4 1/3 ==> 0.333 2/3 ==> 0.667
Once the '=' button is pushed, the number is truncated to how it is
displayed, whereas intermediate results use the entire display.
Am 03.10.2011 21:35, schrieb dalethorn:
> According to the PrintCalc owner manual, the 5/4 switch controls:
> Round up
> Round off
> Round down
> There was no other info, but those three sound pretty significant.
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