This program is Copyright © January 11, 1986 by Philippe Legros & Philippe Maryssael and is used here by permission. This program was originally a part of their personal HP-41c library. This program was transcribed by Philippe Legros.
This program is supplied without representation or warranty of any kind. Philippe Legros, Philippe Maryssael and The Museum of HP Calculators therefore assume no responsibility and shall have no liability, consequential or otherwise, of any kind arising from the use of this program material or any part thereof.
The "Advanced BioPac with hi-res tricyclic Plot" package is the ideal product for those who are interested in computing biorhythms in lots of different ways: single-day calculation, calculation of high, low and critical dates, and positive and negative periods, one cycle at a time, any two cycles together or all three cycles combined. It can also calculate exacte or approximate dates for all curve coincidences.
From the ancient of the days, philosophers and sages have taught that human happiness lies in harmonious claims to be able to quantitatively gauge the functioning of these three aspects of ourselves: the "physical", "sensitive" and "cognitive".
The biorhythm theory is based upon the assumption that the human body has inner clocks or metabolic rhythms with constant cycle times. Currently, three cycles starting at birth in a positive direction are postulated. The 23-day or physical cycle relates with physical vitality, endurance and energy. The 28-day or sensitivity cycle relates with sensitivity, intuition and cheerfulness. The 33-day or cognitive cycle relates with mental, alterness and judgement.
For each cycle a day is considered either "high", "low" or "critical". The high times (0<x<=1) are regarded as energetic times, you are most dynamic in the cycle. The low times (-1<=x<0) are regarded as the recuperative periods. The critical days (x=0) are regarded as your accident prone days especially for the physical and sensitive cycles.
You've acquired one of the most complete program on biorhythms ever produced so far for the HP-41. It allows you to calculate the following after you have input your birthdate (BD) and today's date (TD): the biorhythms for TD (BIO); the exact and approximate criticals (CRIT), maxima (MAX) and minima (MIN) of the three physical (P), sensitive (S) and cognitive (C) bio-cycles considered separately (e.g. "CRIT FOR P"), two by two (e.g. "MAX FOR SC"), or all three together (e.g. "MIN FOR PSC"); the periods during which your biorhythms are separately, two by two, or all three together, positive or negative (e.g. "POS FOR S, NEG FOR PS").
Also included are a NEXT function to calculate the next biorhythms (TD+1), criticals, maxima, minima, double or treble coincidences, and bio-periods; a DOW (Day Of Week) function for any program-output or user-input legal date; a DM/MD toggle to switch from the Month.-Day-Year format to the Day.-Month-Year one or vice versa; an e/a (exact/approximate) toggle for the criticals, maxima, minima, double and treble coincidences; a P/NP (Print/No Print) toggle for those who have any of the thermal printers available for the HP-41, and -last but not least- a hi-res tricyclic Plot function (PLOT) to plot the biorhythms of the dates considered in the framework of any of the calculation functions listed above, plus seven days before and after them to give the user a clearer insight in his biorhythmical status at that moment.
Moreover, the program is provided with lots of ALPHA comments for enhanced user-friendliness and understandability of the output results.
The formula used to calculate the biovalues is:
BIO = SIN (2 * FRAC (DDAYS / Per) * PI), where DDAYS is the number of days between your birthdate and today's date and Per=23 for the physical bio-cycle (P), 28 for the sensitive (S) and 33 for the cognitive (C).
The formula used to calculate the slope of your biorhythm (\, /, -) is:
BIOslope = COS (2 * FRAC (DDAYS / Per) * PI), where DDAYS and Per are the same as above. When BIOslope > 0, the sign "/" is used. When BIOslope < 0, the sign "\" is used. When BIOslope = 0, the sign "-" is used.
The formula used to calculate the exact maxima (+1), minima (-1) and criticals (0) for any of the three bio-cycles, one by one (P or S or C), two by two (PS or SC or PC), or all three together (PSC), as well as the next ones is:
EXACT (in days from the birthdate) = Start_v + (Repeat_v * n), where: n is a positive integer (0, 1, 2...), and Start_v= Repeat_v= P Crit 0 11.5 Max 6 23 Min 17 23 S Crit 0 14 Max 7 28 Min 21 28 C Crit 0 16.5 Max 8 33 Min 25 33 PS Crit 0 322 Max 259 644 Min 385 644 SC Crit 0 462 Max 371 924 Min 553 924 PC Crit 0 379.5 Max 305 759 Min 454 759 PSC Crit 0 10626 Max 17003 21252 Min 4249 21252
Here follows a schematic summary of the operations carried out to compute the approximate criticals, maxima, minima, double and treble coincidences:
Max/Min Crit P Per= 23 11.5 S Per= 28 14 C Per= 33 16.5 Max Inf = RND(Per/4 -1), RND = rounded FIX 0 Sup = INT(Per/4 +1) Min Inf = Per - INT(Per/4 +1) = Per - Sup[Max] Sup = Per - RND(Per/4 -1) = Per - Inf[Max], RND = rounded FIX 0 Crit Inf = -1 Sup = 1
After these operations have been carried out the approximate Max / Min have bio-values comprised between 0.97 and 1.00 in absolute value, and the approximate Crit has bio-values between 0.00 and 0.27 in absolute value.
For the approximate criticals, maxima and minima we compute the first EXACT Crit (cf supra) and then, from the Inf and Sup bounds, determine the Inf and Sup dates, taking into consideration the fact that Inf must be superior to or equal TD. If this condition is not fulfilled, and for the NEXT one, we increment Inf and Sup by Per.
For the double coincidences in approximate mode we compute the first EXACT Crit (cf supra) for the longest period of days of the two cycles considered (Inf1 and Sup1); then we take the shortest one (Inf2 and Sup2) and add Per2 to Inf2 and Sup2 until Inf2<=Sup1 and Sup2>=Inf1. The period is then determined by Max(Inf1, Inf2) and Min(Sup1, Sup2). For the NEXT one, and if the second condition is not fulfilled, we increment Inf1 and Sup1 by Per1 and repeat the second operation.
For the approximate treble coincidences we proceed as for the approximate double coincidences for the two longest periods of days of the three cycles and then take the third one and process likewise.
Here follows a schematic summary of the operations carried out to compute the simple, double and treble Pos / Neg bio-periods:
Pos/Neg P Per= 23 S Per= 28 C Per= 33 Pos Inf = 1 Sup = RND(Per/2) + Inf -2, RND = rounded FIX 0 Neg Inf = INT(Per/2) + 1 Sup = RND(Per/2) + Inf -2, RND = rounded FIX 0
For the simple Pos / Neg bio-periods we compute the first EXACT Crit (cf supra) and then determine, for the Inf and Sup bounds, the corresponding dates, taking into consideration the fact that Inf must be superior or equal to TD. For the NEXT one we increment Inf and Sup by Per.
For the double Pos / Neg bio-periods we compute the first EXACT Crit (cf supra) for the longest period of days of the two cycles considered (Inf1 and Sup1); then we take the shortest one (Inf2 and Sup2) and add Per2 to Inf2 and Sup2 until Inf2<=Sup1. The period is determined by Max(Inf1, Inf2) and Min(Sup1, Sup2). For the NEXT one we increment Inf1 and Sup1 by Per1.
For the treble Pos / Neg bio-periods we proceed as for the double Pos / Neg bio-periods for the two longest periods of days of the three cycles and then take the third one and proceed likewise.
For the remaining calendar functions used in the program, refer to the HP82182 Time Module Owner's Manual (or the HP-41CX Owner's Manual).
Last but not least comes the hi-res tricyclic PLOT. It is based upon two dates DT1 and DT2, the bounds being DT1 - 7 and DT2 + 7. DT1 and DT2 always refer to the latest user-input or program-output date(s).
In the case the BIO function is combined with NEXT, DT1 = DT and DT2 = DT + NEXT-related incrementation. In the other cases (CRIT, MAX, MIN, POS, and NEG) DT1 is the first output date and DT2 is the second one. Note that DT2 is not displayed if DT1 and DT2 are equal.
As for the PLOT layout, the three bio-values are computed day by day and are converted into a number of columns by calculating:
BIOposition = RND(78 * (BIOvalue + 1)), RND = rounded FIX 0
The three numbers of columns are then reordered from the smallest to the largest. Then the characters ("P", "S" or "C") are accumulated in the printer buffer on the basis of these numbers of columns, except when:
ABS(column[i] - column[i+1]) <= 3
in which case a star symbol ("*") is accumulated, meaning that two or three cycles actually coincide. Moreover, the DT1 (and DT2) bound(s) is / are highlighted by a ">" symbol for enhanced understandability.
The first series of examples are in No-Printout mode and the second series is in Printout mode.
Philippe P.J. Legros, born on December 29, 1962, wants to know his bio-status for March 7 and 8, 1986. He also wishes to get his first two NEG FOR SC, his first MAX FOR P, and his first two CRIT FOR PSC in approximate mode. Then he would like to get, for his 24th birthday, his approximate MIN FOR C as well as his bio-status.
Disconnect the printer if any before running this example.
KEYSTROKES OUTPUTS [XEQ] "SIZE" 020 [XEQ] "BIOPAC" 0.000000 [DM/MD] M.DY FORMAT 12.291962 [BD] BD: 12/29/62 3.071986 [TD] TD: 03/07/86 [BIO] 03/07/1986 BIORHYTHMS P= +0.98 (/) S= +0.22 (\) C= -0.76 (\) [NEXT] 03/08/1986 BIORHYTHMS P= +1.00 (\) S= 0.00 (\) C= -0.87 (\) [PLOT] NO PRINTER [NEG] NEG FOR ? [SC] NEG FOR SC FROM 03/09/1986 UNTIL 03/18/1986 [NEXT] THE NEXT IS FROM 04/06/1986 UNTIL 04/18/1986 [MAX] MAX FOR ? [P] MAX FOR P TOMORROW 03/08/1986 [DOW] SATURDAY [e/a] a RESULTS [CRIT] CRIT FOR ? [PSC] CRIT FOR PSC ON 04/05/1986 [DOW] SATURDAY [NEXT] THE NEXT IS ON 10/19/1986 12.291986 [TD] TD: 12/29/86 [MIN] MIN FOR ? [C] MIN FOR C BETWEEN 01/01/1987 AND 01/03/1987 [BIO] 12/29/1986 BIORHYTHMS P= +0.73 (/) S= +0.43 (/) C= -0.76 (\)
Philippe A. Ch. L. Maryssael, who was born on March 15, 1962, wants to know his bio-status for March 7, 1986 and the next day. He also wishes to get his first CRIT FOR PS (he asks for a printout and a plot), and his first two POS FOR PSC (with printout for both and plot for the second one).
Turn the HP off, plug the printer in, turn on and switch to MAN mode. Then turn HP back on.
Each time a display is followed by {p} it means the result is also printed out. Each time {p only} is mentioned it means the results only appear on the printer (this applies only to the plot).
KEYSTROKES OUTPUTS [XEQ] "SIZE" 020 [XEQ] "BIOPAC" 0.000000 15.031962 [BD] BD: 15.03.62 7.031986 [TD] TD: 07.03.86 [BIO 07.03.1986 BIORHYTHMS P= -0.98 (/) S= -0.97 (/) C= +0.62 (\) [PLOT] NO PRINT [P/NP] PRINT [BD] BD: 15.03.62 {p} [TD] TD: 07.03.86 {p} [DOW] FRIDAY {p} [NEXT] 08.03.1986 {p} BIORHYTHMS {p} P= -0.89 (/) {p} S= -0.90 (/) {p} C= +0.46 (\) {p} [CRIT] CRIT FOR ? [PS] CRIT FOR PS {p} IN 258 DYS {p} 20.11.1986 {p} [PLOT] ... {p only} 0.000000 [POS] POS FOR ? [PSC] POS FOR PSC {p} FROM {p} 11.04.1986 {p} UNTIL {p} 12.04.1986 {p} [NEXT] THE NEXT IS {p} FROM {p} 13.06.1986 {p} UNTIL {p} 17.06.1986 {p} [PLOT] ... {p only} 0.000000
LINE KEYS COMMENTS 01 LBL"BIOPAC" Initialization of the BioPac (assigned -35) 02 "xxxxxx" Flags setting, synth instruction, hex F6040800390680 03 FS? 55 Printer available ? 04 "x" Yes, synth instruction, hex F27F01 05 FC? 55 Printer not available ? 06 "x" Yes, synth instruction, hex F27F00 07 RCL M Alpha data to X register, synth instruction, hex 9075 08 STO d X to Flag register, synth instruction, hex 917E 09 XEQ 12 (Step 828) - set today's date to Time Module date 10 CLST Clear stack 11 STO 01 Set birthdate to 0, waiting for a new one 12 CLA Clear Alpha 13 TONE 7 Ready tone 14 RTN Wait for command 15 LBL"BD" Birthdate (assigned 11) store/recall routine 16 "BD" 'BD' in Alpha 17 FC? 22 Any data entry? 18 RCL 01 No, recall previous birthdate 19 FS?C 22 Any data entry? 20 XEQ 13 Yes, (step 836) check date validity 21 STO 01 Store bithdate (in nbr of days) 22 XEQ 11 (Step 819) check if birthdate exists (!=0) 23 SF 05 Set default today's date to Time Module date 24 GTO 00 (Step 034) 25 LBL"TD" Today's date (assigned 12) store/recall routine 26 "TD" 'TD' in Alpha 27 FC? 22 Any data entry? 28 RCL 02 No, recall previous today's date 29 FS?C 22 Any data entry? 30 XEQ 13 Yes, (step 836) check date validity 31 STO 02 Store today's date (in nbr of days) 32 CF 03 Postfix disabled 33 CF 05 Set default today's date to user-input date 34 LBL 00 35 ": " Append ': ' to 'BD' or 'TD' 36 FIX 4 Date format 'dd.mm.yy' or 'mm/dd/yy' 37 XEQ 15 (Step 846) Nbr of days->date + format + append 38 ADV Advance paper 39 LBL 18 40 AVIEW Display (and print if flag 21 is set) 41 FIX 6 Back to 6 decimals (date entry) 42 RTN Wait for command 43 LBL"BIO" Biorhythms (assigned 13) 44 XEQ 11 (Step 819) check if birthdate exists (!=0) 45 XEQ 12 (Step 828) check today's date (=Time module if none) 46 SF 06 NEXT function enabled 47 RCL 02 Recall today's date (in nbr of days) 48 STO 03 Start bound for PLOT 49 STO 04 End bound for PLOT + used for biorhythms 50 CLX 51 STO 00 NEXT function code = 0 52 LBL 21 53 RCL 04 Recall today's date + n days (n=0, 1... see NEXT) 54 XEQ 14 (Step 843) format date (dd.mm.yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy) 55 ADV Advance paper 56 AVIEW Display (and print if flag 21 is set) 57 PSE Wait for reading 58 " BIORHYTHMS" ' BIORHYTHMS' in Alpha 59 3 60 STO 05 3 cycles to compute 61 FIX 2 2 decimals for bio-status (rounding) 62 LBL 07 63 AVIEW Display (and print if flag 21 is set) 64 PSE Wait for reading 65 RCL 04 Recall today's date + n days 66 XEQ 04 (Step 255) Compute 2*k*PI = 360*k in degrees 67 ENTER^ Save it 68 SIN Compute biovalue 69 RND Rounded to 2 decimals 70 XEQ IND 05 Set Alpha to 'P', 'S' or 'C' 71 "= " Append '= ' 72 X>0? Biovalue > 0? 73 "+" Yes, append '+' 74 X=0? Biovalue = 0? 75 " " Yes, append ' ' 76 ARCL X Append biovalue 77 " (" Append ' (', synth instruction, hex F37F2028 78 X<>Y Recall 2*k*PI 79 COS Compute bioslope 80 X>0? Bioslope > 0? 81 "/" Yes, append '/' 82 X=0? Bioslope = 0? 83 "-" Yes, append '-' 84 X<0? Bioslope < 0? 85 "\" Yes, append '\', synth instruction, hex F27F5C 86 ")" Append ')', synth instruction, hex F27F29 87 DSE 05 Next cycle 88 GTO 07 Cycle != last one? Yes, step 062 89 CLST Clear stack 90 GTO 18 Step 039 91 LBL 03 Set Alpha according to branch of step 070 92 "P" Code 3 = 'P' 93 RTN 94 LBL 02 95 "S" Code 2 = 'S' 96 RTN 97 LBL 01 98 "C" Code 1 = 'C' 99 RTN 100 LBL"PLOT" Plot (assigned 14) 101 FC? 02 Print available? 102 GTO 24 No, go to step 811: Error message 103 XEQ 11 (Step 819) check if birthdate exists (!=0) 104 FS? 06 Is this after any computation (NEXT enabled)? 105 GTO 00 Yes, go to step 110 106 XEQ 12 No, (Step 828) check today's date (=Time module if none) 107 RCL 02 Recall today's date (in nbr of days) 108 STO 03 Start bound for PLOT 109 ST0 04 End bound for PLOT 110 LBL 00 111 ADV Advance paper 112 "PLOT OF" 'PLOT OF' in Alpha 113 XEQ 17 (Step 859) Alpha center & print only 114 " BIORHYTHMS" ' BIORHYTHMS in Alpha 115 PRA Alpha print only 116 "BETWEEN" 'BETWEEN' in Alpha 117 XEQ 17 (Step 859) Alpha center & print only 118 RCL 03 Start bound 119 7 120 - 7 days before 121 STO 18 DT1=1st day to be plotted, current day to be plotted 122 XEQ 14 (Step 843) format date (dd.mm.yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy) 123 PRA Alpha print only 124 "AND" 'AND' in Alpha 125 XEQ 17 (Step 859) Alpha center & print only 126 RCL 04 End bound 127 7 128 + DT2=7 days after = last day to be plotted 129 XEQ 14 (Step 843) format date (dd.mm.yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy) 130 PRA Alpha print only 131 DDAYS Last day - 1st day to be plotted 132 STO 19 Store number of days to be plotted -1 133 ADV Advance paper 134 CF 12 Clear double width flag 135 FIX 0 No decimals 136 SIGN 137 ST+ 19 Add 1 to register 19 = number of days to be plotted 138 CHS 139 ACX Accumulate -1 in print buffer 140 61 141 SKPCOL Advance in print buffer by 61 columns 142 CLX 143 ACX Accumulate 0 to print buffer 144 65 145 SKPCOL Advance in print buffer by 65 columns 146 "+1" 147 ACA Accumulate +1 in print buffer 148 PRBUF '-1 0 +1' print only 149 XEQ 05 (Step 267) '|----------|----------|'print only 150 LBL 19 151 3 152 STO 05 3 cycles to compute 153 14 154 STO 17 Pointer register for saving biopositions & cycle id 155 LBL 08 156 RCL 18 Current day to be plotted 157 XEQ 04 (Step 255) Compute 2*k*PI = 360*k in degrees 158 SIN Compute biovalue 159 E synth instruction, hex 1B 160 ST+ 17 161 + 162 78 163 * 164 RND Convert to bioposition: from 0 (-1) to 156 (+1) 165 5 166 * 167 RCL 05 168 + Combine bioposition & cycle id 169 STO IND 17 Store it to registers 15 to 17 170 DSE 05 Next cycle 171 GTO 08 Cycle != last one? Yes, step 155 172 RCL 03 No, all is computed and register 5 equal 0 173 RCL 18 Register 5 is used later for incremental biopositions 174 X=Y? Current day to be plotted=Start bound? 175 GTO 00 Yes, step 181 176 RCL 04 177 X=Y? Current day to be plotted=End bound? 178 GTO 00 Yes, step 181 179 6 No, no left info on printed paper = 6 blank columns 180 GTO 01 (Step 190) 181 LBL 00 182 99 Current day to be plotted=Start or End bound 183 ACCOL Accumulate 'arrow' on left side of printed paper 184 20 Allowing the user to have a clear view of the bounds 185 ACCOL 186 8 187 ACCOL 188 ACCOL 189 2 190 LBL 01 191 SKPCOL 192 RCL 15 Reordering of the biopositions from the smallest 193 RCL 16 to the biggest 194 X<Y? 195 X<> 15 196 STO 16 197 RCL 17 198 X<Y? 199 X<> 16 200 STO 17 201 RCL 16 202 RCL 15 203 X<Y? 204 X<>Y 205 STO 16 206 X<>Y 207 STO 15 Here: Register 15 < Register 16 < Register 17 208 - 209 17 210 X<Y? Two 1st cycles too close? 211 GTO 00 No, step 222 (normal plot) 212 LASTX Yes: plot 1 cycle instead of 2, cycle id=0 ('*' will be plotted) 213 . 214 XEQ 06 (Step 279) biovalue plotting routine 215 RCL 17 216 RCL 16 217 - 218 17 219 X<Y? 3rd cycle also too close? 220 GTO 01 No, step 239 (plot the 3rd cycle) 221 GTO 02 Yes, step 244 (no more cycle, '*' will be used for all cycles) 222 LBL 00 223 LASTX 1st cycle to be plotted 224 ENTER^ Its id remains unchanged 225 XEQ 06 (Step 279) biovalue plotting routine 226 RCL 17 227 RCL 16 228 - 229 17 230 X<Y? Two last cycles too close? 231 GTO 00 No, step 235 (normal plot) 232 LASTX Yes: plot 1 cycle instead of 2, cycle id=0 ('*' will be plotted) 233 . 234 GTO 03 (Step 242) 235 LBL 00 236 LASTX Cycle to be plotted 237 ENTER^ Its id remains unchanged 238 XEQ 06 (Step 279) biovalue plotting routine 239 LBL 01 240 RCL 17 3rd cycle to be plotted 241 ENTER^ Its id remains unchanged 242 LBL 03 243 XEQ 06 (Step 279) biovalue plotting routine 244 LBL 02 245 PRBUF Send whole graphic line to printer (print only) 246 ISG 18 Current day to be plotted+1 247 "" NOP instruction, synth instruction, hex F0 248 DSE 19 Number of days to be plotted-1 249 GTO 19 Number of days to be plotted!=0? Yes, step 150 (next day) 250 XEQ 05 (Step 267) '|----------|----------|' print only 251 SF 12 Set double width flag 252 FIX 6 Back to 6 decimal (date entry) 253 CLST Clear stack 254 RTN Wait for command 255 LBL 04 Compute 2*k*PI = 360*k in degrees routine 256 RCL 01 Recall birthdate (in nbr of days) 257 - Subtract it to data date 258 38 259 RCL 05 Current cycle id 260 5 261 * Convert cycle id to number of days=23, 28 or 33 262 - 263 / k=ddays/cycle days 264 360 265 * 360*k 266 RTN End of routine 267 LBL 05 '|----------|----------|' print only routine 268 SIGN 269 SKPCHR Skip 1 character in print buffer 270 127 271 "-----------" 272 ACCOL Accumulate '|' in print buffer 273 ACA Accumulate '-----------' in print buffer 274 ACCOL Accumulate '|' in print buffer 275 ACA Accumulate '-----------' in print buffer 276 ACCOL Accumulate '|' in print buffer 277 PRBUF Print buffer (print only) 278 RTN End of routine 279 LBL 06 Biovalue plotting routine 280 5 281 MOD Extract cycle id from X (0='*', 1='C', 2='S' and 3='C') 282 X<>Y Swap X and Y 283 LASTX 284 / 285 INT Extract cycle position from new X 286 X<> 05 Swap current position with previous one 287 RCL 05 288 - Number of columns to skip = current position - previous one 289 SKPCOL 290 3 Add three more columns to new previous position 291 ST+ 05 (This is the column size of the symbol to be plotted) 292 GTO IND Z Goto cycle id plotting symbol (step 293, 300, 306 or 313) 293 LBL 00 Cycle id=0 (when 2 or 3 cycles coincide) 294 42 295 ENTER^ 296 28 297 ENTER^ 298 42 Small star ('*') plotting data 299 GTO 04 (Step 319) 300 LBL 01 Cycle id=1 ('C' cycle) 301 34 302 ENTER^ 303 ENTER^ 304 62 Small C plotting data 305 GTO 04 (Step 319) 306 LBL 02 Cycle id=2 ('S' cycle) 307 58 308 ENTER^ 309 42 310 ENTER^ 311 46 Small S plotting data 312 GTO 04 (Step 319) 313 LBL 03 Cycle id=3 ('P' cycle) 314 14 315 ENTER^ 316 10 317 ENTER^ 318 62 Small P plotting data 319 LBL 04 320 ACCOL Accumulate 1st column of symbol to print buffer 321 RDN 322 ACCOL Accumulate 2nd column of symbol to print buffer 323 X<>Y 324 ACCOL Accumulate 3rd column of symbol to print buffer 325 RTN End of routine 326 LBL"NEXT" Next (assigned 15) 327 "ILLEGAL KEY" 'ILLEGAL KEY' in Alpha 328 FC? 06 Is NEXT function available? 329 PROMPT No, prompt error message and stop 330 RCL 00 331 X!=0? NEXT function code!=0? 332 GTO 00 Yes, step 336 333 ISG 04 No, previous computation was BIO function: add 1 day 334 "" NOP instruction, synth instruction, hex F0 335 GTO 21 Compute new BIO, step 052 336 LBL 00 337 ADV Advance paper 338 "THE NEXT IS" 'THE NEXT IS' in Alpha 339 XEQ 16 (Step 852) Display (and print centered) routine 340 PSE Wait for reading 341 GTO IND X Goto NEXT function code (step 342, 344) 342 LBL 01 NEXT function code=1 (exact MIN, MAX or CRIT) 343 GTO 22 (Step 499) 344 LBL 02 NEXT function code=2 (POS or NEG, approximate MIN, ...) 345 FIX 0 0 decimals for POS/NEG (rounding), approximate MIN, ... 346 GTO 23 (Step 649) 347 LBL"MIN" MIN coincidence (assigned -11) 348 "MIN" 'MIN' in Alpha 349 E synth instruction, hex 1B 350 CHS Prefix code = -1 351 GTO 00 (Step 368) 352 LBL"MAX" MAX coincidence (assigned -12) 353 "MAX" 'MAX' in Alpha 354 E Prefix code = 1, synth instruction, hex 1B 355 GTO 00 (Step 368) 356 LBL"CRIT" CRIT coincidence (assigned -13) 357 "CRIT" 'CRIT' in Alpha 358 . Prefix code = 0 359 GTO 00 (Step 368) 360 LBL"POS" POS period (assigned -14) 361 "POS" 'POS' in Alpha 362 2 Prefix code = 2 363 GTO 00 (Step 368) 364 LBL"NEG" NEG period (assigned -15) 365 "NEG" 'NEG' in Alpha 366 2 367 CHS Prefix code = -2 368 LBL 00 369 STO 05 Store prefix code to register 5 370 RDN Restore X 371 XEQ 11 (Step 819) check if birthdate exists (!=0) 372 RDN Restore X 373 XEQ 12 (Step 828) check today's date (=Time module if none) 374 ASTO L Store Alpha in LastX register 375 SF 03 Postfix flag is enabled 376 " FOR ?" Append ' FOR ?' 377 PROMPT Display message and wait for postfix 378 LBL"PS" PS cycles (assigned 21) 379 644 Repeat_v 380 "PS" 'PS' in Alpha 381 259 Start_v 382 GTO 00 (Step 392) 383 LBL"SC" SC cycles (assigned 22) 384 924 Repeat_v 385 "SC" 'SC' in Alpha 386 371 Start_v 387 GTO 00 (Step 392) 388 LBL"PC" PC cycles (assigned 23) 389 759 Repeat_v 390 "PC" 'PC' in Alpha 391 305 Start_v 392 LBL 00 393 CF 07 Set double cycles id flags (7 cleared, 8 set) 394 SF 08 395 GTO 20 (Step 459) 396 LBL"PSC" PSC cycles (assigned 24) 397 21252 Repeat_v 398 "PSC" 'PSC' in Alpha 399 17003 Start_v 400 SF 07 Set treble cycles id flags (7 set, 8 set) 401 SF 08 402 GTO 20 (Step 459) 403 LBL"DOW" Day Of Week (assigned 25) 404 CF 03 Postfix flag disabled 405 DOW Time Module DOW function (!!! Type it before LBL"DOW" on step 403) 406 LASTX Restore X 407 FC?C 22 User-input date? 408 GTO 00 No, step 416 409 FC? 21 Print on? 410 GTO 00 No, step 416 411 ADV Yes: advance paper 412 "DT: " 'DT: ' in Alpha 413 FIX 4 Date format 'dd.mm.yy' or 'mm/dd/yy' 414 ADATE Append X date 415 PRA Alpha print only 416 LBL 00 417 XEQ IND Y Construct Alpha DOW name according to DOW code 418 "DAY" Append 'DAY' 419 FIX 6 Back to 6 decimal (date entry) 420 GTO 16 (Step 852) Display (and print centered) 421 LBL 00 DOW code=0 -> Sunday 422 "SUN" 'SUN' in Alpha 423 RTN 424 LBL 01 DOW code=1 -> Monday 425 "MON" 'MON' in Alpha 426 RTN 427 LBL 02 DOW code=2 -> Tuesday 428 "TUES" 'TUES' in Alpha 429 RTN 430 LBL 03 DOW code=3 -> Wednesday 431 "WEDNES" 'WEDNES' in Alpha 432 RTN 433 LBL 04 DOW code=4 -> Thursday 434 "THURS" 'THURS' in Alpha 435 RTN 436 LBL 05 DOW code=5 -> Friday 437 "FRI" 'FRI' in Alpha 438 RTN 439 LBL 06 DOW code=6 -> Saturday 440 "SATUR" 'SATUR' in Alpha 441 RTN 442 LBL"P" P cycle (assigned -21) 443 23 Repeat_v 444 "P" 'P' in Alpha 445 6 Start_v 446 GTO 00 (Step 456) 447 LBL"S" S cycle (assigned -22) 448 28 Repeat_v 449 "S" 'S' in Alpha 450 7 Start_v 451 GTO 00 (Step 456) 452 LBL"C" C cycle (assigned -23) !!! synth instruction, hex C000F20043 453 33 Repeat_v 454 "C" 'C' in Alpha 455 8 Start_v 456 LBL 00 457 SF 07 Set single cycle id flags (7 set, 8 clear) 458 CF 08 459 LBL 20 460 ASTO T Store Alpha in T register 461 FS?C 03 Postfix flag was enabled? 462 GTO 00 Yes, step 468 463 "? FOR " No, error message: '? FOR ' in Alpha 464 ARCL T Append cycle(s) name 465 R^ 466 R^ Restore X register 467 PROMPT Prompt error message and wait for command 468 LBL 00 469 CLA Clear Alpha 470 ARCL L Recall prefix Alpha data: coincidence or period name 471 " FOR " Append ' FOR ' 472 ARCL T Recall postfix Alpha data: cycle(s) name 473 ADV Advance paper 474 XEQ 16 (Step 852) Display (and print centered) routine 475 SF 06 NEXT function enabled 476 CF 09 Reset intercalary date result display flag 477 GTO IND 05 Branch according to prefix code (Steps 478, 479, 538) 478 LBL 00 Prefix code = CRIT 479 LBL 01 Prefix code = MIN / MAX 480 FS? 01 a results (approximate coincidences)? 481 GTO 01 Yes, step 536 482 RCL 05 483 * Start_v=Start_v * Prefix code (0=CRIT,-1=MIN,+1=MAX) 484 X!=0? CRIT coincidence? 485 GTO 00 No, step 489 486 2 Yes, Repeat_v=Repeat_v / 2 487 ST/ Z 488 RDN Restore stack 489 LBL 00 490 RCL 02 Recall today's date (in nbr of days) 491 RCL 01 Recall birthdate (in nbr of days) 492 - Ddays 493 R^ Recall Repeat_v 494 STO 07 Store Repeat_v to register 7 495 MOD 496 - Compute 1st coincidence date according to current Start_v 497 STO 06 Store 1st coincidence date (in nbr of days) in register 6 498 GTO 00 (Step 502) 499 LBL 22 Next function entry point for exact coincidences 500 RCL 07 501 ST+ 06 Add Repeat_v to coincidence date = new coincidence date 502 LBL 00 503 RCL 06 504 X<0? Coincidence date before today's date? 505 GTO 22 Yes, compute next one (step 499) 506 ENTER^ Save whole date (in nbr of days) 507 INT Integer part 508 FIX 0 0 decimals for nbr of days 509 X!=Y? Nbr of days wasn't integer (intercalary date)? 510 SF 09 Set intercalary date result display flag 511 "IN " 'IN ' in Alpha 512 ARCL X Append nbr of days 513 " DYS" Append ' DYS' 514 X=0? Nbr of days=0? 515 "TODAY" 'TODAY' in Alpha 516 E Prefix code = 1, synth instruction, hex 1B 517 STO 00 NEXT function code=1 (exact MIN, MAX or CRIT) 518 X=Y? Nbr of days=1? 519 "TOMORROW" 'TOMORROW' in Alpha 520 XEQ 16 (Step 852) Display (and print centered)routine 521 PSE Wait for reading 522 X<>Y Recall nbr of days 523 RCL 02 Recall today's date (in nbr of days) 524 + Coincidence date=today's date+nbr of days 525 STO 03 Start bound for PLOT 526 STO 04 End bound for PLOT 527 " " ' ' in Alpha 528 FS? 09 Is it an intercalary date? 529 "(" Yes, '(' in Alpha, synth instruction, hex F128 530 FIX 6 Date format 'dd.mm.yyyy' or 'mm/dd/yyyy' 531 XEQ 15 (Step 846) Nbr of days->date + format + append 532 FS?C 09 Is it an intercalary date? 533 ")" Yes, append ')', synth instruction, hex F27F29 534 AVIEW Display (and print if flag 21 is set) 535 RTN Wait for command 536 LBL 01 Approximate coincidences routine 537 SF 09 Set a results coincidence flag 538 LBL 02 Prefix code=POS/NEG (periods routine) 539 FIX 0 0 decimals = rounding 540 X<>Y Recall Repeat_v 541 STO 14 Store it as PER1 542 FC? 08 Single cycle (P, S or C)? 543 GTO 00 Yes, step 561 544 33 No, longest cycle=33 days 545 STO 08 Store it as PER3 546 FS? 07 Treble cycles (PSC)? 547 GTO 01 Yes, step 556 548 STO 11 No, double cycles (PS, SC or PC). Store 33 as PER2 549 / Divide Repeat_v / 33 550 FRC Check if SC or PC (C=33 days): Result must be integer 551 X!=0? Was C in the double selected? 552 GTO 01 No, step 556 553 LASTX Yes, recall Repeat_v / 33. It is 23 or 28, the 2nd cycle 554 STO 14 Store it as PER1 555 GTO 00 (Step 561) 556 LBL 01 Selected : double cycles PS or treble cycles PSC 557 28 2nd longest cycle is 28 days 558 STO 11 Store it as PER2 559 23 Other one is 23 days 560 STO 14 Store it as PER1 561 LBL 00 562 FC? 09 a results coincidence flag clear? 563 GTO 00 Yes, step 571 564 RCL 05 No, recall prefix code (0=CRIT,-1=MIN,+1=MAX) 565 X!=0? Is it MIN or MAX (prefix code!=0)? 566 GTO 00 Yes, step 571 567 2 No, it is CRIT 568 ST/ 08 PER3 = PER3 / 2 569 ST/ 11 PER2 = PER2 / 2 570 ST/ 14 PER1 = PER1 / 2 571 LBL 00 572 RCL 14 Recall PER1 573 XEQ 06 (Step 699) SUP/INF computation routine 574 STO 13 Store SUP1 575 X<>Y 576 STO 12 Store INF1 577 2 578 STO 00 NEXT function code = 2 579 FC? 08 Single cycle (P, S or C)? 580 GTO 09 Yes, step 593 581 RCL 11 Recall PER2 582 XEQ 06 (Step 699) SUP/INF computation routine 583 STO 10 Store SUP2 584 X<>Y 585 STO 09 Store INF2 586 FC? 07 Double cycles (PS, SC or PC)? 587 GTO 09 Yes, step 593 588 RCL 08 Recall PER3 589 XEQ 06 (Step 699) SUP/INF computation routine 590 STO 07 Store SUP3 591 X<>Y 592 STO 06 Store INF3 593 LBL 09 594 RCL 13 Recall SUP1 595 INT INT(SUP1) 596 STO 04 Store start_v2 to register 4 597 RCL 12 Recall INF1 598 RND RND(INF1), rounded to 0 decimals 599 STO 03 Store start_v1 to register 3 600 FC? 08 Single cycle (P, S or C)? 601 GTO 01 Yes, step 668 602 RCL 10 603 RCL 12 604 X<=Y? INF1<=SUP2? 605 GTO 00 Yes, step 609 606 RCL 11 No, recall PER2 607 ST+ 10 SUP2 = SUP2 + PER2 608 ST+ 09 INF2 = INF2 + PER2 609 LBL 00 610 RCL 13 611 RCL 09 612 X<=Y? INF2<= SUP1? 613 GTO 00 Yes, step 617 614 RCL 14 No, recall PER1 615 ST+ 13 SUP1 = SUP1 + PER1 616 ST+ 12 INF1 = INF1 + PER1 617 LBL 00 618 RCL 12 619 RCL 09 620 X<Y? INF2<INF1? 621 X<>Y Yes, swap them to take the biggest 622 RND RND(MAX(INF1, INF2)), rounded to 0 decimals 623 STO 03 Store start_v1 to register 3 624 RCL 13 625 RCL 10 626 X>Y? SUP2>SUP1? 627 X<>Y Yes, swap them to take the smallest 628 INT INT(MIN(SUP1, SUP2) 629 STO 04 Store start_v2 to register 4 630 RCL 03 631 X>Y? start_v1>start_v2? 632 GTO 23 Yes, compute the next one (step 649) 633 FC? 07 Double cycles (PS, SC or PC)? 634 GTO 01 Yes, step 668 635 LBL 10 636 RCL 07 637 RCL 03 638 X<=Y? start_v1<=SUP3? 639 GTO 00 Yes, step 644 640 RCL 08 No, recall PER3 641 ST+ 07 SUP3 = SUP3 + PER3 642 ST+ 06 INF3 = INF3 + PER3 643 GTO 10 (Step 635) 644 LBL 00 645 RCL 04 646 RCL 06 647 X<=Y? INF3<=start_v2? 648 GTO 00 Yes, step 654 649 LBL 23 No, next cycle 650 RCL 14 Recall PER1 651 ST+ 13 SUP1 = SUP1 + PER1 652 ST+ 12 INF1 = INF1 + PER1 653 GTO 09 (Step 593) 654 LBL 00 655 RCL 03 656 RCL 06 657 RND 658 X>Y? RND(INF3)>start_v1? (rounded to 0 decimals) 659 STO 03 Yes, take the biggest: new start_v1=RND(INF3) 660 RCL 04 661 RCL 07 662 INT 663 X<Y? INT(SUP3)<start_v2? 664 STO 04 Yes, take the smallest: new start_v2=INT(SUP3) 665 RCL 03 666 X>Y? start_v1>start_v2? 667 GTO 23 Yes, next cycle (step 649) 668 LBL 01 669 RCL 01 Recall birthdate (in nbr of days) 670 ST+ 03 Lower date=birthdate+start_v1 671 ST+ 04 Upper date=birthdate+start_v2 672 RCL 03 673 RCL 02 Recall today's date (in nbr of days) 674 X<Y? Today's date<Lower date? 675 X<>Y Yes, take the biggest 676 STO 03 Lower date=MAX(Lower date, Today's date) 677 RCL 04 Recall Upper date 678 "ON" 'ON' in Alpha 679 X=Y? Upper date=Lower date? 680 GTO 00 Yes, step 694 681 "FROM" 'FROM' in Alpha 682 FS? 09 a results coincidence flag set? 683 "BETWEEN" 'BETWEEN' in Alpha 684 XEQ 16 (Step 852) Display (and print centered) routine 685 PSE Wait for reading 686 X<>Y Recall Lower date 687 XEQ 14 (Step 843) format date (dd.mm.yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy) 688 AVIEW Display (and print if flag 21 is set) 689 PSE Wait for reading 690 "UNTIL" 'UNTIL' in Alpha 691 FS? 09 a results coincidence flag set? 692 "AND" 'AND' in Alpha 693 X<>Y Recall Upper date 694 LBL 00 695 XEQ 16 (Step 852) Display (and print centered) routine 696 PSE Wait for reading 697 XEQ 14 (Step 843) format date (dd.mm.yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy) 698 GTO 18 Step 039 699 LBL 06 SUP/INF computation routine 700 STO 04 Store PER 701 RCL 02 Recall today's date (in nbr of days) 702 RCL 01 Recall birthdate (in nbr of days) 703 - Substract it from today's date 704 STO 03 Store ddays 705 RCL 04 Recall PER 706 / ddays / PER 707 INT INT(ddays / PER) 708 * PER * INT(ddays / PER) 709 STO 06 Store 1st exact CRIT 710 RCL 05 Recall prefix code (0,-1,1,2,-2) 711 FC? 09 a results coincidence flag clear? 712 GTO 00 Yes, step 751 713 X<0? Prefix code<0 (approximate MIN)? 714 SF 10 Yes, set MIN/NEG flag 715 X=0? Prefix code=0 (approximate CRIT)? 716 GTO 01 Yes, z=0 (step 727) 717 CLX Lock stack 718 RCL 04 719 4 720 / z = PER / 4 721 FC? 10 MIN flag clear? 722 GTO 01 Yes, step 727 723 INT 724 RCL 04 725 X<>Y 726 - z = PER - INT(PER / 4) 727 LBL 01 728 RND RND(z) 729 + 1st exact CRIT + RND(z) 730 E synth instruction, hex 1B 731 - 1st exact CRIT + RND(z) -1 732 RCL 06 Recall 1st exact CRIT 733 RCL 05 Recall prefix code (0,-1,1,2,-2) 734 X=0? Prefix code=0 (approximate CRIT)? 735 GTO 01 Yes, z2=0 (step 746) 736 CLX No, lock stack 737 RCL 04 738 4 739 / z2 = PER / 4 740 FC?C 10 MIN flag clear? (and reset it) 741 GTO 01 Yes, step 746 742 RND 743 RCL 04 744 X<>Y 745 - z2= PER - RND(PER / 4), rounded 0 decimals 746 LBL 01 747 INT 748 + z5=1st exact CRIT + INT(z2) 749 E z4=1, synth instruction, hex 1B 750 GTO 01 Step 772 751 LBL 00 POS / NEG computation 752 X>0? Prefix code>0 (POS periods)? 753 CLX Yes, prefix code=0 754 X=0? Prefix code=0 (POS or CRIT periods)? 755 GTO 00 Yes, z3=0 (step 761) 756 CLX Lock stack 757 RCL 04 758 2 759 / 760 INT z3= INT(PER / 2) 761 LBL 00 762 + 763 E synth instruction, hex 1B 764 + z5=1st exact CRIT + z3 + 1 765 RCL X Duplicate X in Y 766 RCL 04 767 2 768 / 769 RND 770 2 771 - z4=RND(PER / 2)-2, rounded 0 decimals 772 LBL 01 773 + z6=z4+z5 774 RCL 03 Recall ddays 775 X<=Y? ddays<=z6? 776 GTO 00 Yes, step 781 777 RCL 04 No, recall PER 778 ST+ Z Add PER to SUP 779 ST+ T Add PER to INF 780 RDN Roll stack 781 LBL 00 782 RDN Roll stack to get SUP in X and INF in Y 783 RTN End of routine 784 LBL"e/a" exact/approximate results (assigned -24) 785 FC?C 01 786 SF 01 Toggle e/a results flag 787 "e" 'e' in Alpha 788 FS? 01 a results (approximate coincidences)? 789 "a" Yes, 'a' in Alpha 790 " RESULTS" Append 'RESULTS' 791 PROMPT Prompt message and wait for command 792 LBL"DM/MD" Day.MonthYear / Month.DayYear format (assigned -25) 793 FC?C 00 794 SF 00 Toggle DM/MD format flag 795 MDY Select MDY Time Module format 796 FC? 00 DM format selected? 797 DMY Yes, select DMY Time Module format 798 "D.M" 'D.M' in Alpha 799 FC? 31 Is MDY format selected? 800 "M.D" Yes, 'M.D' in Alpha 801 "Y FORMAT" Append 'Y FORMAT' 802 PROMPT Prompt message and wait for command 803 LBL"P/NP" Print/No Print mode (assigned -35) 804 FC? 55 Printer connected? 805 GTO 24 No, step 811 806 FC?C 02 807 SF 02 Toggle software print/no print flag 808 CF 21 Clear system print flag 809 FS? 02 Print selected? 810 SF 21 Yes, set system print flag 811 LBL 24 812 "NO " 'NO ' in Alpha 813 FS? 02 Print selected? 814 CLA Yes, clear Alpha 815 "PRINT" Append 'PRINT' 816 FC? 55 Printer connected? 817 "ER" No, append 'ER' 818 PROMPT Prompt message and wait for command 819 LBL 11 Check if birthdate exists (!=0) routine 820 CF 03 Postfix flag disabled 821 CF 22 User-entry flag disabled 822 RCL 01 Recall birthdate (in nbr of days) 823 X!=0? Already entered date (!=0)? 824 RTN Yes, end of checking routine 825 RDN No, restore stack 826 "BD MISSING" 'BD MISSING' in Alpha 827 PROMPT Prompt error message and wait for command 828 LBL 12 Check today's date routine (=Time module if none) 829 FC?C 05 User-input already done? 830 RTN Yes, end of checking routine 831 DATE No, recall Time Module today's date 832 XEQ 13 Convert it to nbr of days (step 836) 833 STO 02 Store it 834 LASTX Restore stack 835 RTN End of checking routine 836 LBL 13 Check date validity routine + nbr of days conversion 837 DOW Time Module checking (!!! Type it before LBL"DOW" on step 403) 838 9.094 839 LASTX 840 DDAYS Nbr of days conversion 841 CF 06 NEXT function disabled 842 RTN End of checking routine 843 LBL 14 Format date routine (dd.mm.yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy) 844 " " ' ' in Alpha 845 FIX 6 dd.mm.yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy date format 846 LBL 15 Nbr of days to date conversion routine 847 9.094 848 X<>Y 849 DATE+ Conversion to date 850 ADATE Append date in Alpha 851 RTN End of routine 852 LBL 16 Display (and print centered) routine 853 FC? 21 Print mode? 854 AVIEW No, display message 855 FC?C 21 Print mode? + clear flag 856 RTN No, end of routine 857 AVIEW Yes, display message (system print flag clear) 858 SF 21 Set system print flag again 859 LBL 17 Alpha center & print only routine 860 ACA Accumulate Alpha in print buffer 861 FMT Format print buffer for a centered output 862 PRBUF Send print buffer for printing 863 END End of routine
HP-41C + Quadram + Time Module or HP-41CV + Time Module or HP-41CX Printer: HP-82143A ("FMT" function at step 861 should be deleted) or HP-82162A + HP-IL (HP-82160A) or HP-82240A + IR Module (HP-82242A)
SIZE 020 TRIG MODE: DEG USER MODE: ON (should be set before loading the program in order to keep the assignments) NUMBER OF PROGRAM STEPS: 863 NUMBER OF PROGRAM BYTES: 1693 TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERS (program+data): 262 NUMBER OF MAG SIDES (card reader): 16
MIN (-11) MAX (-12) CRIT (-13) POS (-14) NEG (-15) BD (11) TD (12) BIO (13) PLOT (14) NEXT (15) P (-21) S (-22) C (-23) e/a (-24) DM/MD (-25) PS (21) SC (22) PC (23) PSC( 24) DOW (25) P/NP (-35) BIOPAC (35
R00 = NEXT pointer R01 = BD (in nbr of days) R02 = TD (in nbr of days) R03 = Used for PLOT + scratch R04 = Used for PLOT + scratch R05 = scratch R06 = INF3 + scratch R07 = SUP3 + scratch R08 = PER3 R09 = INF2 R10 = SUP2 R11 = PER2 R12 = INF1 R13 = SUP1 R14 = PER1 R15 = Cycle 1 for PLOT R16 = Cycle 2 for PLOT R17 = Cycle 3 for PLOT R18 = Nbr of days for PLOT R19 = days left to be plotted
F00 = C = M.DY format if S, D.MY format if C F01 = C = a results if S, e results if C F02 = C = print if S, no print if C F03 = C = postfix enabled if S, postfix disabled if C F04 = C = not used F05 = S = Time Module TD if S, User-input TD if C F06 = C = NEXT enabled if S, NEXT disabled if C F07 = C = P/S/C or PSC if S, PS/SC/PC if C F08 = C = PS/SC/PC or PSC if S, P/S/C if C F09 = C = intercalary date or a results coincidence if S, exact date or e results coincidence if C F10 = C = MIN (a results) if S, MAX (a results) if C F12 = S = double width if S, simple width if C F21 = C = print if S, no print if C F22 = C = enter BD/TD/DOW if S, recall BD/TD/DOW if C F26 = S = Audio enable F27 = S = User mode (assignments) if S F28 = S = Decimal point used F29 = C = No seperators
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