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What do you use to write user rpl for the 50G? - Dia C. Tran - 09-04-2007

What do you use to write program in user rpl for the 50G?
Nothing at all?
or any kind of software running on the PC or Mac?
I tried a few free software but it's still more difficult that what I used to do with PDL for the 48 series.


Re: What do you use to write user rpl for the 50G? - Giancarlo (Italy) - 09-04-2007

Hi Chan Tran.

Despite not being a UserRPL customary programmer, I found HP UserEdit 4.0 quite friendly and easy to use.

IIRC, it comes with its own EMU48 instance on board...



Hope this helps.

Best regards.

Giancarlo


Re: What do you use to write user rpl for the 50G? - Massimo Gnerucci (Italy) - 09-04-2007

Link to updated version.

Greetings,
Massimo


Re: What do you use to write user rpl for the 50G? - Brad Davis - 09-05-2007

Am I missing something or is there not an English version?


Re: What do you use to write user rpl for the 50G? - Giancarlo (Italy) - 09-05-2007

Hi Brad.

The English version is available from www.hpcalc.org

The "language.dat" file is freely available for editing and translation (provided that:

Quote:
Not modify the strings "%s", "|" and "&" ; that represent arguments for HPUserEdit



as the file heading recommends. For example, I translated it into Italian ;-)

(by the way, Italian Forum fellows: if you would like to get it from me, just drop me a line :-)


Hope this helps.

Best regards.

Giancarlo


Re: What do you use to write user rpl for the 50G? - Antonio Maschio (Italy) - 09-05-2007

I would.

Of course.

-- Antonio


Note in italian for Giancarlo.

Mi ricordo dai tempi del Liceo che "of course" era una *libera* traduzione per "di corsa!", per cui se qualcuno chiedeva qualcosa, la voleva "of course". Naturalmente non รจ il tuo caso. Prenditela comoda.

-- Antonio


Edited: 5 Sept 2007, 11:28 a.m.


Re: What do you use to write user rpl for the 50G? - Vincze - 09-05-2007

This give English commands, but how you get English menu and messages?


**EDIT** Never mind my friend, I see Language control in Option menu.


Edited: 5 Sept 2007, 1:44 p.m.