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Originally posted by twhiteheadI did find this, looks like a smart phone (android) Prime emulator: $20 US
My point is that they are specialized touch screen computers. One would think that a smart phone would be just as good and having a bigger screen might be even better in some situations. I realise that if you do a lot of calculating (accountants for example) then a rugged old school calculator makes sense, but these seem to me to be expensive and likely r ...[text shortened]... res, but for longer calculations I prefer a spreadsheet that lets you go back and adjust things.
Originally posted by sonhouseSomeone showed me an RPN calculator once and I swear, I thought he was April-fooling me.
I imagine someone out there has it. Here is a bit about RPN:
He says this is a better video:
Originally posted by SuzianneRPN just makes things a bit simpler by not having to deal with parentheses, which can add up to quite a number in a complex calculation:
Someone showed me an RPN calculator once and I swear, I thought he was April-fooling me.
Why would anyone put themselves through that?