|Re: HPILCOM might do the job...|
Message #10 Posted by Giuseppe Marullo on 21 Dec 2003, 4:09 p.m.,
in response to message #9 by Emmanuel, France
Hans and Emmanuel,
I am interesting in having the programs into the pc as a mean to backup them from the calculator.
This is done using .DAT format, and it worked in getting the file from the calculator to the pc.
Actually I didn't succeded in putting it back to the calculator, but I was using a cut & paste from Hyperterminal, so it should work using something else.
I give it as granted, I will take a look using linux.
Once I got the .DAT file, I could decompile it to see it and maybe modify it while on the pc, but it is not too readable, because HP41UCC does not translate statement like SELECT and FINDID, REMOTE etc and shows instead XROM xx,yy.
AFAIK, it should do it, but actually I was not able to do it.
BTW, is it possible to list a program to the rs232?
Hans, I am very interested in your program (you have mail).
I am waiting a HPIL-PC interface, but it has not arrived yet. Anyway, using a serial port is always apreciated, you never know what happens with these modern pc.
Serial ports are forever...