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gor_1060
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Graphical Toolbox and Saturn Assembly Language on the HP 50g

Hi.

 

Is It posibble to use instructions of Graphical Toolbox in the programms of the Saturn Assembly Language on the HP 50g ?

 

If it is possible, give an example of the programm that draws the filled box.

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cyrille
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Re: Graphical Toolbox and Saturn Assembly Language on the HP 50g

Hello,

 

Yes, it is, it was designed for it...

 

Now, you do realize that I created this toolbox over 14 years ago! and that I have not touch Saturn ML for at least 10 years! It makes helping you a little bit hard...

 

Anyhow, here is your program

"SAVE
D0=806D5 A=DAT0.A D0=A // Get pointer on stack screen. I ever remembered that address without having to look at the doc!!!!!
LC 00020 D=C.A                      // Y2
LC    10 B=C.A                           // Y1
LC    30 LA 00005                   // X2, X1
GOSBVL 26B34                        // Black Box
LOADRPL                                  // return
@"

 

you should be able to download the Entrey Point library at http://www.hpcalc.org/hp49/programming/entries/, called Entry Point Table which allows you to refer to entry points by name...

 

You could move on to Prime, you can not program it in ML, but the user language is prety darn fast (might even be faster than ML on the original 49!)

There, you can do a black box using RECT(10, 10, 30, 30) :-) much simplier!

 

Cyrille

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Re: Graphical Toolbox and Saturn Assembly Language on the HP 50g

Hello, Cyrille.

 

Thank you very much!

 

I have already got the HP Prime.

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