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Message #1 Posted by thib on 25 Aug 1999, 12:09 p.m.
I just read in Rick Furr's site that there was a way to do synthetic programming with the HP67! Is anybody aware of this? Do you know how it's achieved? Thanks in advance. Thib.
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Message #2 Posted by DaveC on 26 Aug 1999, 7:41 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by thib
I think your right, there was an article in the PPC Journal copies are available (on CD) from www.hpcc.org or http://www.vramp.net/~jake-s/ppccdrom.htm If memory serves only around 250 of the possible 256 codes were used in programming and the article I'm thinking of allowed the other 6 to be inserted into memory.
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