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Subject: Re: I need help building my statistics calculator
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Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 23:01:32 -0800
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"Jeroen" wrote in message
> "John Larkin" wrote in
> message news:email@example.com...
> > On 6 Nov 2002 17:56:16 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Terry) wrote:
> > >I've been trying to develope a staistics calculator for my personal
> > >use I know what I want it to do I even have the physical dimenisions
> > >on a disc but I have no idea how to make this thing work a friend
> > >suggested I vist google and ask anyone out there if there is some kind
> > >of program that I can use to help me create this calculator it's about
> > >the size of a palm pilot and would record stats of sporting events
> > >being played. If anyone could point me in the right direction it would
> > >be greatly appreciated. Thankyou, Terry
> > Somebody could make a nice living building RPN calculators, clones of
> > the HP35 or whatever, now that HP only sells imported algebraic junk.
> > A little micro would have all the horsepower needed.
> You really think there's a market for it? It's looks very interesting to
> me,but actual producing these things... it won't be a cheap thing... i'd
> have to compete with the big companies. I could market a fancy DIY kit :)
I got hold of the microcode of HP45. I could make an AVR program that
interprets that microcode. Sounds like a cool project to me.
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