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hp67 is a programmable scientific calculator emulating the Hewlett-Packard HP-67. Features:

  • ncurses based, with clickable buttons when running in an xterm
  • unlimited stack depth
  • alphanumeric memory labels and goto/gosub targets
  • display of most recently used memory registers
  • indirect addressing for memory labels and goto/gosub targets
  • 15 digits of precision
  • program stepping mode and breakpoints available for debugging
  • load/save programs to text files for editing outside of the program
  • load/save memory registers
  • comes with sample program, a Simpson's rule integrator
  • hexadecimal integer display and input mode
  • autoloading of program files

Current Version:   1.3

License Type:   GPL

Home Site: (hp*.tar.gz)

Source Code Availability:


Available Binary Packages:

  • Debian Package: No
  • RedHat RPM Package: No
  • Other Packages: No

Targeted Platforms:

Unix, it should compile without difficulty on any machine which supports ncurses and has a C++ compiler.

Software/Hardware Requirements:


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