Hi, just a curiosity...

In the HP-35 calculator page (the first pocket calculator), I read it had a x^y key instead of the modern y^x; my question is perhaps silly, but I have not a HP-35 to play with, so if one of you can explain me...

to get, say 2^5 on my HP-12C I type 2 ENTER 5 y^x; what have I to type on a HP-35 to perform the same operation? I believe that, according to the x^y symbols, I should type 5 ENTER 2 x^y: is it correct?

Thanks!

-- Antonio