Copy the contents of the text box, and save it to a text file using e.g. a text editor. Press OK when done.
Note: mark and copy the whole box content (using e.g. Ctrl-A or Command-A, and then Ctrl-C or Command-C).
The memory dump may be larger than the portion shown in the text box.
Paste the memory dump into the text box, and press OK.
This emulator is supplied as is. Use it at your own risk! Always double-check important calculations
by other means.
some key bindings that make the emulator easier to use in typical usage.
Make sure the calculator is in focus (by clicking it) so it can receive the keystrokes.
Numbers (including hexadecimal digits), decimal point/comma and arithmetic +, -, * or x, / or :
'x' is the same as '*' (multiplication)
'=' equivalent to '+' (same key in most keyboards)
Note that this is a bit different
from other HP-1xC emulators. The letter F goes to digit F (hexadecimal). The modifier "f" is tied
to letter M ("modifier"). We felt that, in a calculator tailored especially for programmers and computer
scientists, the F digit has more priority than the modifier.
H = CHS (change signal)
I, J, K, L map to numeric system keys (HEX, DEC, OCT, BIN)
Y = swap x with y (x<->y)
N or down arrow = Rotate down stack (R-down)
O = On/Off key (toggles between decimal point and comma, as well as "apocryphal" display of word size and whole integer value)
U = GSB key
T = GTO key
[ = R/S key
] = SST key
? = show memory dump (ugly HTML, mostly for debugging or plain curiosity)
Z = BSP = correct typing (Backspace also works in some browsers)
In case you need help to use the advanced features of 16C, take a look on
this online manual.
If you prefer a simpler calculator (with the basic financial and arithmetic operations) or if you
don't know the RPN notation, you can try this form-based calculator instead.