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Keystroke Programming Simulator (Beta)
11-11-2014, 11:59 PM
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Keystroke Programming Simulator (Beta)
The zip drive contains two programs: editmacro and runmacro. They bring the powerful keystroke RPN (Reverse Polish Notation) programming to the HP Prime. If you are familiar with the Hewlett Packard programming calculators (HP 65, 67, 12C, 15C, 35S, and a whole lot more), you will feel at home using this program package.

Enter macros and keystroke programs using editmacro. The result is a list of commands which can be stored in any list or user variable. Macros are run by runmacro(macroname).

Available Commands:

Scientific: trigonometric, logarithmic, x!, COMB, PERM, INT, FRAC, polar and rectangular conversions, decimal degrees and degree-minute-second conversions

Memory: Up to 9 temporary registers per macro

Conditional and Unconditional Transfers: x against 0 and x against y. Three tests each: >, <, =. Up to 9 labels (1-9) per macro. Subroutines.

Instructions and hpprgm files included.

Now this is the first time I am trying to sharing a file from Google Drive.


Total size: about 24,000 bytes.

A four-level stack is used.
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11-12-2014, 08:17 AM
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RE: Keystroke Programming Simulator (Beta)
Nice Project. I think in your manual you mixed the stack order in the command catalog (X Y T Z instead of X Y Z T).
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