Sunday, June 11, 2017

HP 12C Minimum and Maximum

HP 12C Minimum and Maximum


HP 12C: Minimum of a Set

Instructions:
1. Enter the initial point in R1.  Press [ f ] (CLEAR PRGM).
2. For each point: enter the data point, press [R/S].
3. When you are finished, press RCL 1.

Program:
STEP
CODE
KEY
01
44, 0
STO 0
02
45, 1
RCL 1
03
34
x<>y
04
43, 34
x≤y
05
44, 1
STO 1
06
43, 33, 00
GTO 00


Example:
9 [ST0] 1, [ f ] (CLEAR PRGM)
3 [R/S], 6 [R/S], 5 [R/S], 7 [R/S], 2 [R/S], 4 [R/S]
[RCL] 1 returns 2

HP 12: Maximum of a Set

Instructions:
1. Enter the initial point in R2.  Press [ f ] (CLEAR PRGM).
2. For each point: enter the data point, press [R/S].
3. When you are finished, press RCL 2.

Program:
STEP
CODE
KEY
01
44, 0
STO 0
02
45, 2
RCL 2
03
43, 34
x≤y
04
34
x<>y
05
44, 2
STO 2
06
43, 33, 00
GTO 00

Example:
9 [ST0] 2, [ f ] (CLEAR PRGM)
3 [R/S], 6 [R/S], 5 [R/S], 7 [R/S], 2 [R/S], 4 [R/S]
[RCL] 2 returns 9

Nice pair of programs to have.  Yes, they can be incorporated in more complex routines.

Eddie


This blog is property of Edward Shore, 2017.

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