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LXVII for Mac

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1 stars

"Not willing to try it..."

July 01, 2011  |  By The_Defenestrator

 |  Version: LXVII 1.5.0


I really like HP calculators, and their RPN method of number entry; I've used them for almost 30 years.


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Would love to have an hp calc on my Mac, but will not use until I can verify as safe.

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5 stars

"RPN HP Programmable lovers must have this"

June 15, 2006  |  By seasoft

 |  Version: LXVII 0.9.2b


This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
This is a fabulous, well executed and complete simulator for the HP-67, available in universal binary for intel and PPC macs. If you've ever used any of the several RPN (Reverse Polish Notation) HP programmables, you likely love them. I have had three or four (HP-55, HP-41, HP-33,...); if you've ever used one, this simulator will be a natural.

- You can view and edit all registers and memory in easy-to-access text windows in addition to using the calculator keyboard and display.

- You can use the computer keypad for the common calculator functions (number entry, add, subtract, multiply, divide) or, of course, the mouse.

- It saves memory registers, programs and the complete calculator state to files for archiving projects. It has a nice "paper tape" simulator that doubles as a program listing window. Everything is very elegantly executed using Cocoa.

There's not much documentation, but if you have ever used one of these RPN programmables, you won't need any. And if you haven't used one, you probably won't be interested in this anyway. It just works (and has a nice mouse-over pup-up descriptions for all function keys and key combinations). And, the author has been very responsive to questions.

Really, this is a must have for you HP-RPN programmable lovers out there...

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4 stars

"looks good after ten minutes' play"

June 05, 2006  |  By twicks

 |  Version: LXVII 0.9.2b


This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
I used the mouse for all my input because I have a "mini" keyboard hooked up to my laptop. I will try later with keyboard equivalents. I used a 67 for years in the 70s and gave it away to a college kid when I no longer needed it. Then a few years ago I bought one from eBay and it brought back all the good memories (no pun intended). I resold that and now I have this Mac version to try. No mag cards, though. There used to be a club of 67 users and someone figured out how to create "non-normalized numbers," which could only be saved on mag cards. The club had a lively trade in these cards. One of the cards would cause the words C0Co C01o scroll across the display (the "o" was squared off so it looked like a lower case "a" and the effect was "coca cola" on the display.

One wish list hint: make the calculator look like a 67, complete with the place for the mag card. Then let users create a collection of virtual mag cards that could be "run through" and then slipped into the card window.


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Full Specifications

Publisher Tamburri Computer Services
Publisher web site http://www.tamburri.net/tcs
Release Date June 05, 2006
Date Added June 05, 2006
Version 0.9.2b
Category Educational Software
Subcategory Math Software
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.3/10.3.9/10.4 Intel/10.4 PPC
Additional Requirements Distributed in 2 versions: A Mac OS X 10.4-only Universal Binary and a Mac OS X 10.3 and later PowerPC version.
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File Size 4.26MB
File Name LXVII-1.5.0.dmg
Total Downloads 211
Downloads Last Week 1
License Model Purchase
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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