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PPC vs. CCD vs. ZENROM module - Nik Brem - 05-19-2009

Could anyone help me by comparing the modules PPC, CCD and ZENROM. Which one is the best? What differs and what do they have in common?

Thanks,
Niklas


Re: PPC vs. CCD vs. ZENROM module - Raymond Del Tondo - 05-19-2009

The modules you request have different focuses. In short words:

PPC: Completely FOCAL with Synthetics, various apps, like plotting, root finding, etc, and many utility fcns (mosty synthetic)

ZENROM: Completely in ML. Targeted at the ML and synthetic programmer.

CCD: Completely in ML. Targeted at the programmer _and_ the user. Unique user interface extensions (CAT,ASN,XEQ, direct synthetics), I/O fcns, PEEK/POKE, Matrix fcns, and much more.

You could take a look at the appriorate user manuals at TOS to compare the features in detail.

My favourite is the CCD module, and the CCD OS/X (of course;-)

HTH

Raymond


Re: PPC vs. CCD vs. ZENROM module - jotne - 05-21-2009

My favorite is also the CCD

PPC is just a bunch of programs.

CCD is much more. It do also change how the CAT menu works.

You can also type the synthetic program codes directly
like RCL-b etc.

Edited: 21 May 2009, 9:03 a.m.


Re: PPC vs. CCD vs. ZENROM module - Nik Brem - 05-24-2009

Is it possible to buy the ccd module anywhere else than on eBay? It seems to be rare there...


Re: PPC vs. CCD vs. ZENROM module - ZOleg - 05-24-2009

Bye NoV-64 or MLDL2000 and you may use any ROM for HP-41.