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Gamma Function Using Spouge's Method
08-22-2015, 10:45 AM (This post was last modified: 08-22-2015 10:49 AM by Ángel Martin.)
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RE: Gamma Function Using Spouge's Methjod
(08-22-2015 08:58 AM)lcwright1964 Wrote:  As for SandMath use, I am curious about two things:

1. What is Library 4 and why do I need it?
2. Given the switching going on in SandMath (as in the Advantage Pac), how do I correctly configure ClonixConfig to burn it into my Nov-64?

Thanks for the additional explanation on the parameter's role in the formulas, I think I can follow now.

The Library#4 is a ROM that contains a library of subroutines used by several other modules of mine. This saved lots of space and made the code/operation much more consistent across all modules.

It sits in page#4, where typically there's nothing plugged - exceptions being the diagnostics ROM and a disabled printer on the HP-IL module.

The modules that use it are as follows: (I think I'm not missing anything but it's from memory)

- OSX/3 and OSX/4 - one page w/ 4 banks in it = 4 ROMs
-CLUTILS and POWERCL - one page w/ 4 banks in it = 4 ROMs
-41Z Complex Numbers - 2 pages = 2 ROMS
-SANDMATH - 2 pages of 4 banks each = 8 ROMS
-SANDMatrix - 2 pages of 2 banks each = 4 ROMs
-HP-16C Emulator (about to be released) - one page w/ 4 banks = 4 ROMs

ClonixConfig has a very flexible U/I that allows you to burn bank-switched modules like the OS/X, SandMath & SandMatrix. You simply need to select the right combination of banks/pages more or less in contiguous sequence.

The attached pic shows an example of the SandMath + SandMatrix burned on a Clonix-D with JOINED blocks. A Novo64 would use the same setup, once you disable the HEPAX RAM checkbox.

This doesn't get you there yet - as it's still missing the Library#4. So you'd probably need another Clonix41 with the Lib#4, and (highly recommended) the OS/X4. You can throw in there the TotalRekall to fill it up to 6 ROMS.

Hope this clarifies, let me know if you have more questions.

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