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    Re: Calculators
    From: Mark F
    Date: 1999 Aug 30, 7:38 AM

    In a message dated 8/30/99 9:04:57 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
    mkirk{at}MARSHALL.EDU writes:
    >         It is back to school time and those adds on calculators from Office
    >  and Office Max stirs my interest to get a new one.  The rub is keeping up
    >  with the specs.   The Texas Instruments calculators start with TI 73
    >  TI 92 Plus and Hewlett Packard HP 32 II, HP 48G, HP 48G+, HP 48GX, and HP
    >  49G.
    >          I want  just a little more calculator than I really need.  I want a
    >  calculator that  can program all the sailing programs, or most of them.
    >          On this list I have seen mention of both the TI 82 and the HP 32
    as models
    >  of preference for navigation.  As one  knows every year it seem
    >  come out with a newer model or an improved one.  Will the newer models
    >  handle the same programs as the HP 32 and TI 82.   Any suggestion.
    I'd be more tempted to get a Palm Pilot, if there were decent celestial
    programs for it.  I haven't researched this well enough to know of any, so
    some may exist.

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