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I have been using HP Calculators since 1978 during my
freshmen year. I have used several models like 28E,
33E, 34S , 48G and now their latest 49G. I also
and used a lot of civil and structural engineering
programs using it. The 49G could be called a handheld
computer because of the size of its memory. It makes
me sad that they are ending development.

Alex Nacionales

--- "Adair, Joel" <JAdair(--nospam--at)> wrote:
> If many of you are like me, you've been using an HP
> RPN calculator since
> your freshmen-level statics class or even before
> that.  Over the weekend, I
> discovered that those of us who depend on our HP
> calculators may have a
> potential crisis on our hands -- HP may be ending
> its calculator development
> division.  You can read about it here:
> HP is the only producer of RPN calculators.  I don't
> know about you, but my
> brain only works in RPN!  The switch from RPN to a
> regular algebraic
> calculator would probably be more painful to me than
> the switch from ASD to
> LRFD (a change that I'm currently undertaking).
> -- Joel
> -------------------------
> Joel Adair, EIT
> Halff Associates, Inc.
> E-mail: jadair(--nospam--at)
> -------------------------

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