The HP 11c is a programmable calculator with an extensive set of built-in scientific and engineering functions.
- Hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic trig functions.
- Probability (combinations and permutations).
- Factorial, % change, and absolute value.
The HP 11c provided label addressing (0-9 and A-E), subroutines (nestable to 4 deep). 8 conditional tests, increment/decrement loops, and 2 flags. For program editing, the calculator featured implied insert (instructions entered didn’t overwrite the current instruction) and deletion via the backspace key.
Introduced in 1981. Discontinued in 1989.
Current Stock Status: Out of Stock
Replacement Model: HP 33s
Updated On: 13.09.15