This package consists of 9 files: One of them this text, and 8 files with SYSEVAL addresses:
Before you try any of these SYSEVAL addresses, you must read and understand this total text(-file):
First, let me start by telling that these SYSEVALs are found by me, myself and I, and that they are not verified by Hewlett Packard, or someone else, for that matter. Because the total size of the files is about 40Kb, there are bound to be errors (one or two, that is) in them, most of them will be typo's.
If you find an error, or have something other interesting thing you want me to know, you can send it to the address at the end of this text.
The files are ordered numerically, and contain three columns. For example:
0000A version ^ ^ ^ ! ! ! ! ! +-----This is the name. It is a short, self-explanatory ! ! name. I hope... ! ! ! +---------This is a one-character column, it either contains ! a space, Or it contains a "!". CAUTION: You may ! NEVER use this sys- ! eval when there is a "!". This is because it: ! A) Will crash when it is executed from RAM, or: ! B) Can not execute in stack-mode, but only in some other ! mode, like FORM, UNITS or CATALOG, or: ! C) Returns an object to stack which can not be handled ! by the display-routines, causing a crash, or: ! D) Is a structural syseval, like an 'if', 'goto' or ! the like, and can only be handled in the internal ! format (*) way. ! +--------------This is the number, it is in Hexadecimal, you must type a # before them, and maybe a h after them (if the default is not HEX).
If you are not sure about the version of your calculator, you must type
#Ah SYSEVAL <ENTER>and read the version off your screen.
USE WITH CARE:
code code start (Internally used only) (Cannot be typed in) pt pointer (20 bit) (Cannot be typed in) real real double double precision real (Cannot be typed in) complex (..,..) complex doublecomplex double precision complex (Cannot be typed in) byte byte (8 bit) (Cannot be typed in) array U..e array string ".." string binary #.. binary list .. list algebraic '..' algebraic forth forth start (Internally used only) (Cannot be typed in) name '..' any name globalname '..' name of a global variable localname '..' name of a local variable continue forth end (Internally used only) (Cannot be typed in) boolean false/true (Cannot be typed in) o029E1 don't know o02A2C don't know o02AB8 don't know o02C96 don't know o02D5C don't know
SQUAREROOT [SHIFT]-[-] INTEGRAL [SHIFT]- & [SHIFT]-[V] (sigma) PI [SHIFT]-[.] D/DX [SHIFT]- =< [SHIFT]-[S] (lower or equal) => [SHIFT]-[T] (larger or equal) != [SHIFT]-[=] (not equal) -> [SHIFT]-[U] (right arrow) o [SHIFT]-[W] (degrees) << (open structure) >> [SHIFT]-[<<] (close structure)You might want to read through the sysevals, this will probably make them more understandable. And it's only useful if you know what all those sysevals are able to do...
These SYSEVAL addresses are put in the public domain, and are not to be sold for personal profit. You may not publish them, or a significant part of them, without my written permission. In any case my name and headers must remain above the listing(s), and this text must be with them.
If you want to publish them in a magazine, bulletin-board or public-domain disk(s), just write to me, you will probably receive your permission.
You can reach me via mail, (not computer mail; snailmail), but must keep these things in mind:
BTW: If you have access to USENET, you might want to read comp.sys.handhelds, I will have any bugreports (or typo-reports) posted there.