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Load HP50 program to NewRPL machine?
01-27-2020, 01:52 PM
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Load HP50 program to NewRPL machine?
Hello community,
I have written several extensive programs in UserRPL for the 50g. I want to take advantage of the higher speed and accuracy of NewRPL. Is there a way to transfer them to the NewRPL-HP50 after some necessary modifications? It would be a "slave labour" to type this manuel one.
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01-27-2020, 06:11 PM
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RE: Load HP50 program to NewRPL machine?
(01-27-2020 01:52 PM)Klaus Wrote:  Hello community,
I have written several extensive programs in UserRPL for the 50g. I want to take advantage of the higher speed and accuracy of NewRPL. Is there a way to transfer them to the NewRPL-HP50 after some necessary modifications? It would be a "slave labour" to type this manuel one.
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It's actually quite simple:
Use your favorite text editor. The trigraph characters are not supported, newRPL is full Unicode compliant so you need to do Search/Replace on all trigraphs to replace with proper Unicode symbols (your favorite text editor must be able to save the text as UTF-8).

Using newRPL Desktop simulator, you can simply copy the text from your text editor to the clipboard and paste it into the stack. There's 2 options in the menu: Paste (which would paste the text to the stack) and Paste&Compile which would attempt to immediately compile the code.

Once you have it working, a USB cable and you can easily send it to the real calc. Or you can also save the objects to a file and put it on an SD card, but I think USB is easier.
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02-01-2020, 09:12 AM
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RE: HP50-Programm auf NewRPL-Maschine laden?
(01-27-2020 06:11 PM)Claudio L. Wrote:  
(01-27-2020 01:52 PM)Klaus Wrote:  Hello community,
I have written several extensive programs in UserRPL for the 50g. I want to take advantage of the higher speed and accuracy of NewRPL. Is there a way to transfer them to the NewRPL-HP50 after some necessary modifications? It would be a "slave labour" to type this manuel one.
Greeting Klaus
It's actually quite simple:
Use your favorite text editor. The trigraph characters are not supported, newRPL is full Unicode compliant so you need to do Search/Replace on all trigraphs to replace with proper Unicode symbols (your favorite text editor must be able to save the text as UTF-8).

Using newRPL Desktop simulator, you can simply copy the text from your text editor to the clipboard and paste it into the stack. There's 2 options in the menu: Paste (which would paste the text to the stack) and Paste&Compile which would attempt to immediately compile the code.

Once you have it working, a USB cable and you can easily send it to the real calc. Or you can also save the objects to a file and put it on an SD card, but I think USB is easier.


Perfect! Works wonderfully. Great job. I look forward to further development.
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