From: Josh M. Nutzman <josh_at_netins.net>
Date: Thu May 8 15:43:35 1997

>Magnetic-card programming of calculators was certainly around before
>then. My HP9100, for example, has a card reader/writer (though I've
>never used it - anybody have any cards compatible with this nearly
>3-decade-old classic?)
>Tim. (shoppa_at_triumf.ca)

I recently sold my HP9100b. It had several cards with it, and even a
program library book! Hang on to your 9100 what ever you do! I got $750
for mine, I'm sure an origional 9100 would go for a few more! It was the
first desktop calculator HP made, way back in 1967-69 (somewhere around

               Josh M. Nutzman
|"Life is like a river, you go with the flow...|
| but in the end you usually end up dammed." |
| -The Red Green Show |
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