RPN-34 CE is the first photo-realistic simulation of Hewlett-Packard's popular mid-range scientific calculator HP-34C for the iPhone. Produced from 1979 through 1983, it was the "Basil" member of the third-generation HP calculators known as the "Spice" series.
It was the first pocket-calculator ever capable of doing integration and root finding.
While the simulator works like the original calculator, a number of carefully designed extensions, along with the tremendously improved speed, make it joy to use even today.
RPN-34 CE comes with the programs of HP's "Applications", "Mathematics", "Surveying", "Student Engineering", and "Statistics" application books built-in! Handbooks may be downloaded from CuVee Software's website.
Programmable (999 steps), subroutines, 12 labels, 10 flags
100 registers, "continuous", with full store/recall arithmetic
"Live" register view
Program listing view with intelligent navigation
Program library, easily backed-up via iTunes
Store and retrieve any number of programs
Sharing: e-mail, AirDrop, Dropbox, copy, paste, print
57 programs pre-installed (53 original HP)
Integration, root solving
Statistics (mean, standard deviation, linear regression, normal distribution)
Factorial of any number (normal and logarithmic)
Trigonometric and hyperbolic functions (degrees, radians, grads)
Inverse, square root, logarithm, exponential, pi
Storage arithmetic (both store and recall)
Statistics (average, standard deviation, y-estimate, linear regression)
Unit and hours conversions
31 additional functions not found on the HP-34C, like time and sound