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 just a toy. Use it at your own risk! There are
some key bindings that make the emulator easier to use in typical usage:
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.