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41C data collection memory
01-26-2014, 07:52 AM (This post was last modified: 01-26-2014 07:53 AM by Garth Wilson.)
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I did all that, but not in a LEX file. It seems like there was only one small limitation, and I can't remember what it was. I did have the multiple alarms of different types though, and with multiple repeats, mostly patterned off the 41's alarms, but took advantage of the 71's added capabilities to make the user interface a little more friendly. The non-alarm time functions like day of week and days between dates were in some other utilities I got from an HP applications book if I remember correctly. On both the 41 and the 71, I also did a Daytimer kind of thing where you can put in things you want it to remind you of. When you turn them on, they look for date matches in the DAYTIMR file and see if there's anything they're supposed to remind you of. If there's not, the next thing they look for is any pending alarms, and if there is at least one, they will tell how much longer before it's due. If there are no alarms either, the 41 or 71 just show the time and date. The 41 takes a couple of seconds to do all this as it's much slower than the 71. I think I gave Geir the 41 program when we met in L.A. last summer.  (Lots of HP-41 links at the bottom of the links page, at )
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41C data collection memory - cruff - 12-12-2013, 03:54 AM
RE: 41C data collection memory - Joe Horn - 01-26-2014, 04:51 AM
RE: 41C data collection memory - Garth Wilson - 01-26-2014 07:52 AM

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