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I got this homepage only a couple of days (week in fact :) ago,
so I haven't really created anything yet.
Page devoted to my handheld basic calculator MK-85
- Initially I put this one here for
(Visit his fine Soviet Calculators site
but now I think I'm going to write a few Soviet calculator articles of
my own. Yes, expect something Real Soon Now (we all know what that means,
The description of MK-61 keyboard
Here I describe all the keys on MK-61 keyboard (other keyboards are very much
like this one), and what those keys do in combination with other keys. If
you actually intend to try anything described in other articles, you should
probably read this one, for it gives all the "ASCII" names for MK buttons.
I already wrote one article about Soviet programmable calculators. This
one tells about a strange mode you can get them in, "pseudo-writing mode".
A journey of big numbers (uncompleted)
This article will tell you about the various "big numbers" that you can get
on your MK54-compartible calculators - that is, the numbers that can not be
displayed properly and, according to documentation, can not even exist. But,
as you see, there's quite a lot of stuff you can do with bignums...
You may also read a little info about myself (and, if you really don't have
anything better to do, even look at the big version of the same photograph
that's looking at you even now). You can also get to that page by clicking on
that photo fragment to the left.
Meanwhile, here's a couple of useful links.
- Betrayal at Krondor homepage
- The best page on Net about, perhaps, the best CRPG ever written
- Final Fantasy 5 shrine
- FF5 is another great CRPG. Even though it's made in a classic japanese CRPG format, it still remains a classic
- RPG shops all around the world
- I bought AD&D 1st edition MC in the Paris shop. Guess where I found the address of this shop?
- Lots of jesii
- Gallery of jewish saviors of humanity. One size fits all.
- Why christians suck
- Very opinionated and biased site, if you ask me. It's hard to get through this life without opinions of your own, though.
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