I'm finding inconsistencies between the HP-67 & HP-97.
In what way? They were supposed to be fully compatible, with the only
differences beoing, for example, there's an instruction to pause a
program and display the X register on the 67, on the 97 it prints the X
There are known to be differences with outputting non-normalised-numbers,
in fact it's possible to burn out the 97 printhead if you try to print
And, IIRC, there are 2 versions of a pair of ROMs in these machines (they
must be replaced as a pair, one of each will not work properly). They
have totally diferent part numbers. I assume the change was a bug fix
(which might expalin what you're seeing if one machine has the old
version the other the newversion).
I'm looking for an HP-97 Manual and saw a note from Joe that stated Mike Haas
found one. Is it for sale?
I think the user manuals for both machines (and the 97 service manual)
are available on the MoHPC CD-ROM set (http://www,hpmuseum.org
you're interested in HP calculators, that set of CD-ROMs is well worth
the money (assuming you have a mahcine that can read them and
display/print .pdf files :-))
You might also try asking a similar question on the forum on that site,
some very knowledgabel people turn up there. Or poke aobut on the HPCC
web site (http://www.hpcc.org
) and ask that club's committee if they have