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Sharp Selected Threads

During the many years the old MoHPC forum was active, there's always been a non-negligible number of posts and threads related to the extremely popular (even among die-hard HP calc fans, myself included!) SHARP pocket computers, but the best ones among them are pretty difficult to locate among the existing 174,288 posts in 21,658 threads. To alleviate the situation, this Category includes a selection of the best threads entirely dedicated or including substantial posts about popular SHARP pocket computers (not necessarily created or posted by muself but by the whole community), so you can find the best ones without having to search like mad, I've alredy done the search for you. Enjoy !



pdf SHARP Thread VA000 - Yes I know it is a TI

pdf SHARP Thread VA001 - Commodore and Sharp calculators

pdf SHARP Thread VA002 - Manuals wanted Sharp PC-1250A

pdf SHARP Thread VA003 - OT Sharp PC-1270 interesting non-HP

pdf SHARP Thread VA004 - HP and SHARP

pdf SHARP Thread VA005 - Long Live Sharp

pdf SHARP Thread VA006 - Sharp PC-1425 documentation

pdf SHARP Thread VA007 - SHARP PC1600

pdf SHARP Thread VA008 - Question on Sharp PC-1500A Module

pdf SHARP Thread VA009 - Indirect addressing on the Sharp PC-1201

pdf SHARP Thread VA010 - Before I had HP calcs I had Sharp calcs

pdf SHARP Thread VA020 - Some Sharp brochures in PDF

pdf SHARP Thread VA025 - Sharp PC 1211 display change

pdf SHARP Thread VA030 - Sharp PC-1500 question (F2 disabled)

pdf SHARP Thread VA050 - SHARP PC 1211


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