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who have use these 3 calculators.  Also for Emulators, and what these calculators still offer for today. Also to collect programs and discuss operations of these calculators. And to help new users.I also added all RPN Calculators for those who have different RPN calculators or emulators and even those who have None HP calculators that are being made today that are RPN.

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Resurrecting the HP41cx

Hi Everone, This is the first discussion I have done since I started this group. I know there are many of you that have used this calculator in the past and some may still do. Whether or not, if it is the real calculator or an emulator on a device.There are PC's and phone emulators in use today for all types for this calculator. This was one of my favorite calculators as we all saw the three verisons of it.The 41c,cv,and the cx. All three of these were used by NASA in the space programs. It was…

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  •  Hi everyone, I started this group for those of us who still have that calculator and for those just starting to use the emulator. There are many who have never used a HP and the 41 is in alphanumeric RPN. This is no HP35s, the programming is the most advanced RPN that has every been written for a calculator.
     You can still buy this calculator, they are not cheap. I for one do not think RPN is dead,Hp is still making the HP 35s as far as a scientific calculators goes and how do you get any better than it for the NCEES test. SwissMicros inc. makes  Hp calculators clones in RPN and they are very good product. They may not like to call them that because this is not a HP calculator. But the DM41L is a clone of the 41 CX  And the DM41, this is the smaller version. The HP Prime can be programed in macro RPN, So lets keep the HP 41's where it belongs.In our hands.
    I wish HP still made one or a newer version,
    something like it.

    http://www.swissmicros.com/index.php
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