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WP-34S, known as the most powerful scientific calculator on the earth, now has been ported to NSpire;D


Thanks Zweb for bringing us such a nice simulator!
Thanks hikari.uiharu for making the key map in the simulator!
Thanks the 34S project team: Pauli, Walter, Marcus & more!


The simulator has a very nice UI. Press the VAR key to see the remapping definition. Press the Sketch key can switch the register display (XYZT/ABCD/LIJK).

Please notice that currently it won't work on a clickpad NSpire.  :(

Some beautiful pictures:


Spoiler For Screenshots:



Spoiler For Running on a real CX:






As an open-source project, 34S has been ported to PC and iOS. And now it's the first time that we see a well functional simulator running on NSpire!


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The WP 34S function set is based on the famous HP-42S RPN Scientific, the most powerful programmable RPN calculator built so far. We expanded this set, incorporating the functionality of the renowned programmer‘s calculator HP-16C, the fraction mode of the HP-32SII, probability distributions as featured by the HP-21S, and added many more useful functions for mathematics, statistics, physics, engineering, programming.

Source: http://scalc.org/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=80
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  "known as the most powerful scientific calculator on the earth"  ;D
I like the quote.
Great news! Thanks for sharing. ;)


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The source code can be found on GitHub and the latest commit says "TouchPad & CX Supported.".

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Awesome work! I heard about the WP34s before and it looked really powerful. :D
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This is AWESOME! I can't wait to try it out.


edit: is there a compiled .tns available? All I can seem to find is the source code...
« Last Edit: August 26, 2014, 12:33:09 am by Vsod99 »

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Re: The simulator of the most powerful scientific calculator - now on NSpire!
« Reply #5 on: November 08, 2014, 10:19:31 pm »
*necro alert* I just tried this out and I can't find a way to exit the program D: It looks really awesome though. Whether or not this is gonna be a keeper is dependent on whether or not you can quit the program.
Correct me if I'm wrong.


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Re: The simulator of the most powerful scientific calculator - now on NSpire!
« Reply #6 on: November 09, 2014, 03:22:34 am »
Have you really tried every key? I noticed that many Ndless programs uses particularly unconventional ways to exit. Instead of 2nd, you might have to press Q, R or in some cases Menu or Del I think. Otherwise, if there's really no way to exit then adding it would be a must.  Or maybe it could be forked?
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Re: The simulator of the most powerful scientific calculator - now on NSpire!
« Reply #7 on: November 09, 2014, 05:54:16 am »
I think I've tried every key. However, if you need some key combo then it's going to be very hard to exit because you get squared as much possibilities <_<
It doesn't help that all documentation on the program is in chinese. My chinese is very, very rusty. (read: i cant chinese)
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Re: The simulator of the most powerful scientific calculator - now on NSpire!
« Reply #8 on: November 10, 2014, 10:54:57 pm »
I think I've tried every key. However, if you need some key combo then it's going to be very hard to exit because you get squared as much possibilities <_<
It doesn't help that all documentation on the program is in chinese. My chinese is very, very rusty. (read: i cant chinese)
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Re: The simulator of the most powerful scientific calculator - now on NSpire!
« Reply #9 on: November 11, 2014, 03:35:29 am »
I think I've tried every key. However, if you need some key combo then it's going to be very hard to exit because you get squared as much possibilities <_<
It doesn't help that all documentation on the program is in chinese. My chinese is very, very rusty. (read: i cant chinese)
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Or Chickendude, who knows Chinese (and French) now.
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Re: The simulator of the most powerful scientific calculator - now on NSpire!
« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2014, 10:22:53 am »
I'll test this when I can, for sure! Thanks a lot for your work.



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Re: The simulator of the most powerful scientific calculator - now on NSpire!
« Reply #11 on: December 10, 2014, 05:46:02 am »
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