This website is using cookies. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. More info. That's Fine
HPC:Factor Logo 

RPNCalc 3.0

Star Rating IconStar Rating IconStar Rating IconStar Rating IconStar Rating Icon
RPN calculator
You must be registered and logged into HPC:Factor in order to contribute to the SCL.

Screenshots & Images

Screenshot of Main program screen


RPN Calculator


RPN Calculator is a reverse polish notation programmable calculator for science and engineering. It supports well over 200 functions and 11 data types (real, integer, variable, vector, matrix, list, program, unit, complex, string, and tag). The stack, variables, and programs can be saved and reloaded. The number of levels of stack that can be used is virtually unlimited. If the number of levels in the stack exceeds the display, you can scroll up or down to see more.

Terms of Use

RPN Calculator was developed by Tom Boldt. RPN Calculator is freely distributable as Freeware. The latest version of RPN Calculator can be found at http://www.rpncalc.ca.


RPN Calculator runs in any of the following environments:
- Microsoft* Windows* 8 x64.
- Microsoft* Windows* 7 x64.
* Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

Installation Instructions

Copy CAB file to handheld and tap on it to install.


calculator, rpn, rpn calculator

License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
Website http://tom.boldt.ca
Not working? Try this website on the WayBack Machine
Popularity 391
Total Downloads  148
Submitted By Rich Hawley
Submitted On 13 January 2014


Nuketank 28 August 2017 at 1:33:00 AM
Excellent RPN calculator. My go-to for all my calculating needs! I love how all five accumulator registers are visible. Wish my HP12C had that feature! Works on MIPS, even though that's not listed here.

You must be signed-in to post comments in the SCL. Not registered? Join our community.

Software Compatibility List: The SCL is provided for free to the Handheld PC Communty and we do not carry advertising to support our services. If you have found the SCL useful, please consider donating.