|Re: HP41 editor|
Message #2 Posted by Jim Creybohm on 7 Apr 2004, 7:00 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Fulcrum
I'm not sure if I understand this correctly, however...
For programming, the editor is the keyboard. You use the functions of the keys to insert steps into a program. The Clx key works to delete, and this is the same in the C, CV, and the CX. There is no specific editor per se.
For text editting, on the CX only I believe (C/CV w/ extended functions/memory? not sure) enter the name of the text file into the Alpha register and then XEQ [Alpha] ED [Alpha]. If you don't have a file in the extended memory, you will need to first create one using CRFLAS. (Name of file in Alpha reg, size in X reg, and then XEQ [alpha] CRFLAS [alpha].
there is a lot of excellent information on the museum's CD's and if you are looking for manuals, that would be an excellent place to start. You can also check over on another website (that I can't name here, honestly) for additional information. In addition, there are a LOT of knowledgeable individuals here who can fill in the rather large gaps I probably have left.