|Bill Allombert on Sun, 12 Oct 2003 17:20:07 +0200|
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|Re: reverse polish|
On Thu, Oct 09, 2003 at 12:52:48AM -0400, James H.Cloos Jr. wrote: > I'm interested in putting together an rpn calc runnable on both > handhelds and desktops with capabilities at least as good as HP's > 48 and 49 line. FWIW, there is a complete HP48 emulator available. > The basic idea was frontends for each of the typical gui toolkits (qt > for kde and qtopia, gtk for gnome, fltk for familiar, et al) with a > common backend. > > Pari looks like a good choice for the backend. > > Has anyone looked into an rpn flavoured frontend to the lib or for gp? > Or is this completely uncharted territory? GP has functions taking variables number of argument and this is not compatible with rpn. Outside that, interfacing a rpn with libpari is easy to do once you understand how PARI works, especially the way memory is handled. Cheers, Bill.