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HP meets iPhone with the 15C

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re-use-peren
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re-use-peren   7/9/2009 12:58:05 PM
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I had in college hp calculators, the first was a 34, then a 41CV and currently I have an old efficient HP48GX. I also work a PALM T|X and I'm happy to re-use my apps with the free emulator for hp42 and hp48. Unfortunatly I can not phone with that PDA.

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JerryL38   7/7/2009 6:14:43 AM
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There is a 41cx application that is quite good as well.

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FirmwareIsMe   7/7/2009 1:20:20 AM
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Right on. My workhorse in college was the 42-S... the source code for a 42-S iPhone app is hosted at google code here: http://code.google.com/p/free42iphone/ But if you want to download the app, looks like it's $4.99.

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