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|HP-110 Plus and Machine Language|
Message #1 Posted by Jeff on 25 July 2003, 6:22 p.m.
Can the HP-110 Plus be used to assemble Machine Language for the HP-41? Can this unit be used as a MLDL of sorts?
|Re: HP-110 Plus and Machine Language|
Message #2 Posted by Tony Duell (UK) on 26 July 2003, 5:58 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Jeff
There was official HP41 ROM development software for generic MS-DOS machines and it would run on the Portable Plus. IIRC, it was called 'SDS-II', and included a user language translator, assembler, linker, ROM image creation programs, etc
It wasn't what I understnad by an MLDL, though (which to me is a piece of hardware). The docs for SDS-II suggested yuo should use a commercially-available ERPOM or RAM box (I think Eramco was mentioned) to test your ROM images before getting
HP to make a custom module for you.
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