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The "Star Trek, Advanced" program by Larry G. Schneider in the HP 67/97 Users' Library is #00369D. This program was listed as the most popular HP 67/97 program twice in _Key_Notes_ (V2#3(Aug 1978) page 6 and V6#2(May 1982) page 4). IIRC, this was the 7 mag card one. I used to play it and remember thinking #00369D was that one when I read the popularity listings in _Key_Notes_. (After a loooong while, I finally got access to Clemson University's (USA) IBM 3081K mainframe, which had Star Trek on it. It's not a secret since there's a picture in one of the Taps (the school yearbook) of a terminal with Star Trek right on the display. This was during the 1980's. Actually, I wouldn't even have had to get a 41CV, if I had known I would get access to the mainframe right after getting the 41. I ended up using the mainframe's plotters and never bought the HP-IL module nor the HPGL plotter with an HP-IL board. I was using my HP 67 for mathematical modeling; but without a plotter, I was hand graphing the prediction plots. ...)

As for the HP 67/97 Users' Library, the last I heard of it was that HP had given it to PPC.

We hope to get many/all of these programs converted into PDF form so others can use/enjoy them.

To Gene,

YOU HAVE IT.


PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE

can I have a copy

Thanks Malcolm

Here's my email:

genewright143@hotmail.com

I'll find the cards and make copies. Drop me your mailing address in an email. I HOPE that we'll be getting these programs I have posted to the site scanned into PDF. People could always key them in and record them at home or we could find a way to make card copies.

By the way, I had previously posted notes about HP67 words/phrase cards that were available. If there is interest in these, search the archives.

I found another word/phrase card the other day. Was "R" rated, and I laughed out loud. Someone had way too much time on their hands coming up with an R rated word card for the HP-67. :-)

Gene