Speed Machine II fo HP-41CX



#2

A friend of mine gave me module + overlay but w/o any user's manual. I would like a copy of it or to know how it works. Thanks.
CATALOG 2 gives:
SM II
`BB
`D1
`D10
`D11
`D12
`D13
`D14
`D15
`D16
`D17
`D18
`D19
`D2
`D20
`D3
`D4
`D5
`D6
`D7
`D8
`D9
DADJ
`NEWC
`RACE
`RTIME
`STORE
`T1
`T2
`T3
`$MGT
`AA
`AST
`CLR
`D-DBL
`DIST
`GH
`HIA
`MISC
`N
`NEXT
`NTIME
`NXFUN
`O
`PIC6
`PLACE
`PPA
PSIZE
`Q
`Q?
`R
`RECOVER
`RNK
`RSET
`S
`SCORE
`SEE$
`SHOW
`SK
`T
`TOP
`TRI
`U
`UPDT
`V
`VIEWT
`VU
`W
`WIN
`X
`XACT
`Y
`Z
`ZA
`ZB
`ZP
`ZQ
`ZZ


#3

Speed Machine II is a 8K module

DISASM gives for the first page:

A000 015 XROM 21

A001 01E FCNS 30

A002 000 SM II

A003 048 ADDR A048

A004 202 `BB

A005 007 ADDR A207

A006 205 `D1

A007 060 ADDR A560

A008 206 `D10

A009 0BE ADDR A6BE

A00A 206 `D11

A00B 0E2 ADDR A6E2

A00C 207 `D12

A00D 003 ADDR A703

A00E 207 `D13

A00F 040 ADDR A740

A010 207 `D14

A011 05F ADDR A75F

A012 207 `D15

A013 093 ADDR A793

A014 207 `D16

A015 0B4 ADDR A7B4

A016 207 `D17

A017 0D3 ADDR A7D3

A018 207 `D18

A019 0F0 ADDR A7F0

A01A 208 `D19

A01B 00E ADDR A80E

A01C 205 `D2

A01D 07F ADDR A57F

A01E 208 `D20

A01F 02B ADDR A82B

A020 205 `D3

A021 09B ADDR A59B

A022 205 `D4

A023 0B9 ADDR A5B9

A024 205 `D5

A025 0D3 ADDR A5D3

A026 206 `D6

A027 027 ADDR A627

A028 206 `D7

A029 043 ADDR A643

A02A 206 `D8

A02B 081 ADDR A681

A02C 206 `D9

A02D 09B ADDR A69B

A02E 008 DADJ

A02F 0CD ADDR A8CD

A030 208 `NEWC

A031 08F ADDR A88F

A032 200 `RACE

A033 04B ADDR A04B

A034 20E `RTIME

A035 05F ADDR AE5F

A036 20D `STORE

A037 08A ADDR AD8A

A038 200 `T1

A039 067 ADDR A067

A03A 200 `T2

A03B 0E4 ADDR A0E4

A03C 200 `T3

A03D 0B2 ADDR A0B2

...

And for the second page:

B000 01F XROM 31

B001 030 FCNS 48

B002 208 `$MGT

B003 0A5 ADDR B8A5

B004 201 `AA

B005 013 ADDR B113

B006 203 `AST

B007 063 ADDR B363

B008 202 `CLR

B009 0F2 ADDR B2F2

B00A 209 `D-DBL

B00B 040 ADDR B940

B00C 200 `DIST

B00D 066 ADDR B066

B00E 206 `GH

B00F 04D ADDR B64D

B010 203 `HIA

B011 010 ADDR B310

B012 209 `MISC

B013 0AF ADDR B9AF

B014 208 `N

B015 0DC ADDR B8DC

B016 202 `NEXT

B017 0D6 ADDR B2D6

B018 203 `NTIME

B019 026 ADDR B326

B01A 203 `NXFUN

B01B 044 ADDR B344

B01C 208 `O

B01D 0CF ADDR B8CF

B01E 209 `PIC6

B01F 093 ADDR B993

B020 209 `PLACE

B021 008 ADDR B908

B022 206 `PPA

B023 0B5 ADDR B6B5

B024 00F PSIZE

B025 07D ADDR BF7D

B026 204 `Q

B027 070 ADDR B470

B028 209 `Q?

B029 0CA ADDR B9CA

B02A 204 `R

B02B 0EF ADDR B4EF

B02C 201 `RECOVER

B02D 07D ADDR B17D

B02E 20B `RNK

B02F 035 ADDR BB35

B030 202 `RSET

B031 0B0 ADDR B2B0

B032 205 `S

B033 0AD ADDR B5AD

B034 205 `SCORE

B035 0A1 ADDR B5A1

B036 209 `SEE$

B037 0FC ADDR B9FC

B038 209 `SHOW

B039 025 ADDR B925

B03A 201 `SK

B03B 0C0 ADDR B1C0

B03C 205 `T

B03D 078 ADDR B578

B03E 202 `TOP

B03F 0BE ADDR B2BE

B040 209 `TRI

B041 07A ADDR B97A

B042 205 `U

B043 0F1 ADDR B5F1

B044 204 `UPDT

B045 04E ADDR B44E

B046 20A `V

B047 0F5 ADDR BAF5

B048 203 `VIEWT

B049 086 ADDR B386

B04A 20A `VU

B04B 0A4 ADDR BAA4

B04C 201 `W

B04D 036 ADDR B136

B04E 208 `WIN

B04F 0EF ADDR B8EF

B050 204 `X

B051 011 ADDR B411

B052 209 `XACT

B053 05D ADDR B95D

B054 202 `Y

B055 04D ADDR B24D

B056 202 `Z

B057 08D ADDR B28D

B058 201 `ZA

B059 06B ADDR B16B

B05A 200 `ZB

B05B 082 ADDR B082

B05C 20A `ZP

B05D 014 ADDR BA14

B05E 204 `ZQ

B05F 0F8 ADDR B4F8

B060 201 `ZZ

B061 02C ADDR B12C

...

#4

Hi;

by reading the name of the functions, some in particular called my attention: RNK, SCORE, RACE, WIN, $MGT and SEE$. Based on the name of the module - Speed Machine -, what's the possibility of being a game?

Just a question...


#5

Transforms your HP-41CX into a horse race computer. I would like to adapt it to french PMU.


#6

Hi, again;

I have a Financial Decisions module and a Navigation module, both for the HP41 calculators. The Navigation is a 8K ROM module, and both modules are full of programs that can be listed, printed. No function.

Have you checked if your Speed Machine II contains functions or programs? If they are programs, you can list them and, by inspection, create equivalent programs in other languages.

Just another idea...

Cheers.

(In time: forgive my ignorance, but... what does PMU stand for?)


#7

Please visit www.pmu.fr
For instance 'RACE:
01 LBL "RACE"
02 XROM "NEWC"
03 FC? 08
04 XROM "CLR"
05 XROM "Z"
06 CF 05
07 CF 10
08 FS? 08
09 XROM "RSET"
10 0
11 FC? 08
12 STO 01
13 LBL "T1"
14 1
15 ST+ 01
16 LBL 99
17 FS? 05
18 GTO "T3"
19 "RACE "
20 FIX 0
21 ARCL 01
22 LBL 98
23 CF 08
24 AVIEW
25 PSE
26 "NO. HORSES?"
27 PROMPT
28 STO 04
29 X<0?
30 GTO 99
31 "TODAYS TRACK"
32 PROMPT
33 STO 00
34 X<=0?
35 GTO 99
36 XEQ 66
37 SF 11
38 LBL "T3"
39 "TODAYS DIS.?"
40 PROMPT
41 GTO "T3"
42 LBL 53
43 RCL 14
44 STO 17
45 CF 11
46 FS? 05
47 GTO "R"
48 RCL 04
49 0.01
50 +
51 1000
52 /
53 1
54 +
55 STO 04
56 LBL "T2"
57 0
58 STO 16
59 LBL 43
60 X<0?
61 GTO 91
62 "PP. "
63 FIX 0
64 ARCL 04
65 AVIEW
66 PSE
67 RCL 04
68 FRC
69 STO 06
70 LBL 70
71 "TODAYS WT.?"
72 PROMPT
73 STO 07
74 X<0?
75 GTO 43
76 X=0?
77 GTO 90
78 LBL 71
79 "LAST TRACK?"
80 PROMPT
81 STO 08
82 X<=0?
83 GTO 70
84 SF 12
85 "LAST DIS.?"
86 PROMPT
87 GTO 71
88 LBL 73
89 CF 12
90 RCL 14
91 STO 18
92 "LAST PP.?"
93 PROMPT
94 STO 11
95 X<0?
96 GTO 71
97 LBL 74
98 "LAST WT.?"
99 PROMPT
100 X<0?
101 GTO 73
102 ST- 07
103 "TRACK VAR.?"
104 PROMPT
105 STO 10
106 LBL 75
107 "FINAL TIME?"
108 PROMPT
109 STO 12
110 X<0?
111 GTO 70
112 FRC
113 ST+ 12
114 XROM "HIA"
115 LBL 76
116 "BEAT LENGTHS"
117 PROMPT
118 STO 13
119 X<0?
120 GTO 75
121 XEQ 02
122 RCL 03
123 STO 05
124 XEQ 62
125 FIX 1
126 RCL 34
127 STO 21
128 RCL 09
129 STO 05
130 XEQ 62
131 XROM "PPA"
132 RCL 38
133 STO 37
134 XEQ 04
135 FS? 02
136 GTO 05
137 1
138 STO 05
139 XEQ 69
140 SF 00
141 GTO 06
142 LBL 05
143 XEQ 07
144 LBL 06
145 XEQ 09
146 RCL 19
147 STO 24
148 SF 03
149 FS? 04
150 GTO 31
151 XEQ 32
152 LBL 77
153 FC? 09
154 GTO 34
155 "D4"
156 ASTO 05
157 "6F TIME?"
158 PROMPT
159 STO 12
160 -2
161 XY?
162 GTO "BB"
163 0
164 STO 19
165 GTO 31
166 LBL "BB"
167 RCL 12
168 X<0?
169 GTO 97
170 FRC
171 ST+ 12
172 XROM "HIA"
173 LBL 35
174 "BEAT LENGTHS"
175 PROMPT
176 STO 13
177 X<0?
178 GTO 77
179 XEQ 62
180 RCL 14
181 STO 05
182 XROM "DIST"
183 XEQ 04
184 FS? 02
185 GTO 10
186 2
187 STO 05
188 XEQ 69
189 GTO 11
190 LBL 10
191 XEQ 07
192 LBL 11
193 XEQ 09
194 RCL 19
195 STO 25
196 FS? 02
197 GTO 12
198 XEQ 63
199 GTO 31
200 LBL 12
201 SF 06
202 LBL 79
203 FC? 09
204 GTO 36
205 1
206 STO 05
207 "4F TIME?"
208 PROMPT
209 STO 12
210 X<0?
211 GTO 58
212 FRC
213 ST+ 12
214 XROM "HIA"
215 LBL 37
216 "BEAT LENGTHS"
217 PROMPT
218 STO 13
219 X<0?
220 GTO 79
221 XEQ 62
222 2
223 FS? 09
224 1
225 STO 05
226 XROM "DIST"
227 XEQ 04
228 XEQ 07
229 XEQ 09
230 LBL 31
231 1
232 ST+ 16
233 RCL 16
234 1
235 X=Y?
236 GTO 59
237 XEQ 44
238 GTO 56
239 LBL 59
240 XROM "STORE"
241 LBL 56
242 "EX OR OFF TR"
243 AON
244 PROMPT
245 ASTO X
246 "X"
247 ASTO Y
248 AOFF
249 X=Y?
250 GTO 24
251 "N"
252 ASTO Y
253 X=Y?
254 GTO 38
255 "O"
256 ASTO Y
257 XY?
258 GTO 56
259 SF 10
260 0
261 GTO 43
262 LBL 90
263 XROM "SK"
264 XROM "STORE"
265 LBL 38
266 CF 10
267 FS?C 05
268 GTO "ZQ"
269 ISG 04
270 GTO "T2"
271 "************"
272 SF 12
273 AVIEW
274 CF 12
275 PSE
276 XROM "Z"
277 SF 08
278 LBL 14
279 CLX
280 " SELECT"
281 PROMPT
282 GTO 14
283 LBL 34
284 1
285 STO 05
286 "4F TIME?"
287 PROMPT
288 STO 12
289 -2
290 XY?
291 GTO 64
292 0
293 STO 19
294 GTO 31
295 LBL 64
296 RCL 12
297 X<0?
298 GTO 97
299 FRC
300 ST+ 12
301 XROM "HIA"
302 GTO 35
303 LBL 36
304 0
305 STO 05
306 "2F TIME"
307 PROMPT
308 STO 12
309 X<0?
310 GTO 97
311 FRC
312 ST+ 12
313 XROM "HIA"
314 GTO 37
315 LBL 58
316 CF 06
317 RCL 19
318 RCL 36
319 *
320 ST- 23
321 GTO 77
322 LBL 97
323 XROM "Z"
324 GTO 75
325 LBL 44
326 FS?C 10
327 GTO 68
328 RCL 23
329 RCL 33
330 LBL 67
331 X>Y?
332 GTO 03
333 2
334 ST+ 02
335 XROM "STORE"
336 RTN
337 LBL 68
338 RCL 33
339 RCL 23
340 GTO 67
341 LBL 02
342 RCL 18
343 8
344 X>Y?
345 GTO 27
346 SF 02
347 RCL 17
348 8
349 X>Y?
350 RTN
351 SF 09
352 RTN
353 LBL 03
354 XROM "Z"
355 RTN
356 LBL 27
357 SF 07
358 RCL 17
359 8
360 X<=Y?
361 RTN
362 SF 02
363 RTN
364 LBL 04
365 RCL 34
366 INT
367 STO 39
368 LASTX
369 FRC
370 STO 40
371 RCL 07
372 RCL 39
373 /
374 ST+ 12
375 RCL 13
376 5
377 /
378 ST+ 12
379 RCL 12
380 RCL 15
381 -
382 RCL 40
383 /
384 CHS
385 100
386 +
387 STO 19
388 RCL 10
389 ST+ 19
390 RCL 37
391 ST+ 19
392 RTN
393 LBL 07
394 FS? 00
395 GTO 08
396 1
397 STO 36
398 SF 00
399 RCL 36
400 ST+ 22
401 RTN
402 LBL 08
403 RCL 36
404 RCL 35
405 /
406 2
407 /
408 STO 36
409 ST+ 22
410 RTN
411 LBL 09
412 RCL 19
413 RCL 36
414 *
415 ST+ 23
416 CLX
417 RTN
418 LBL 32
419 FC? 02
420 RTN
421 FS? 09
422 RTN
423 6
424 RCL 18
425 X<=Y?
426 RTN
427 RCL 17
428 RCL 18
429 X<=Y?
430 RTN
431 "6F TIME?"
432 PROMPT
433 STO 12
434 X<0?
435 RTN
436 FRC
437 ST+ 12
438 XROM "HIA"
439 "BEAT LENGTHS"
440 PROMPT
441 STO 13
442 RCL 35
443 STO 21
444 RCL 14
445 STO 32
446 RCL 36
447 STO 30
448 "D4"
449 ASTO 05
450 CF 00
451 XEQ 62
452 FS? 07
453 GTO 17
454 RCL 18
455 8
456 -
457 -.75
458 *
459 2.7
460 +
461 ST+ 38
462 LBL 18
463 RCL 38
464 STO 37
465 XEQ 04
466 XEQ 07
467 XEQ 09
468 RCL 19
469 RCL 24
470 X>Y?
471 GTO 41
472 6
473 RCL 17
474 X<=Y?
475 GTO 42
476 RCL 32
477 RCL 17
478 -
479 RCL 32
480 6
481 -
482 /
483 ABS
484 STO 31
485 RCL 19
486 *
487 1
488 RCL 31
489 -
490 RCL 24
491 *
492 +
493 STO 19
494 LBL 42
495 RCL 19
496 STO 24
497 GTO 41
498 LBL 17
499 RCL 18
500 6
501 -
502 -5.333
503 *
504 ST+ 38
505 GTO 18
506 LBL 41
507 RCL 24
508 STO 19
509 RCL 30
510 *
511 STO 23
512 RCL 21
513 STO 35
514 RCL 30
515 STO 36
516 RCL 32
517 STO 14
518 RTN
519 LBL 69
520 RCL 05
521 2
522 X=Y?
523 GTO 15
524 .15
525 RCL 21
526 FRC
527 /
528 .5
529 +
530 RCL 18
531 6
532 -
533 .05
534 *
535 +
536 STO 20
537 STO 36
538 STO 35
539 RTN
540 LBL 15
541 4
542 RCL 17
543 /
544 2
545 /
546 STO 21
547 STO 36
548 ST+ 35
549 RTN
550 LBL 66
551 RCL 01
552 STO IND 02
553 RCL 04
554 100
555 /
556 ST+ IND 02
557 1
558 ST- 02
559 RTN
560 LBL 63
561 RCL 17
562 RCL 18
563 -
564 -2
565 *
566 8
567 RCL 18
568 -
569 6
570 /
571 1
572 +
573 *
574 RCL 24
575 STO 19
576 +
577 STO 24
578 RCL 19
579 RCL 25
580 STO 19
581 RDN
582 STO 25
583 RTN
584 LBL 62
585 GTO IND 05
586 LBL 00
587 2
588 STO 14
589 21.5
590 STO 15
591 80.05
592 STO 34
593 GTO 20
594 LBL 01
595 4
596 STO 14
597 43.3
598 STO 15
599 40.1
600 STO 34
601 GTO 20
602 LBL "D1"
603 "D1"
604 4.5
605 49.2
606 37.1125
607 XEQ 23
608 GTO 20
609 LBL "D2"
610 "D2"
611 5
612 55.2
613 35.125
614 XEQ 23
615 GTO 20
616 LBL "D3"
617 "D3"
618 5.5
619 1.2
620 33.1375
621 XEQ 23
622 GTO 20
623 LBL "D4"
624 "D4"
625 6
626 7.4
627 30.15
628 XEQ 23
629 GTO 20
630 LBL "D5"
631 "D5"
632 6.5
633 13.5
634 27.1625
635 XEQ 23
636 FS? 11
637 GTO 20
638 FS? 12
639 GTO 20
640 RCL 08
641 19
642 XY?
643 GTO 22
644 12
645 STO 15
646 28.1595
647 STO 34
648 GTO 20
649 LBL 22
650 RCL 08
651 47
652 XY?
653 GTO 20
654 13
655 STO 15
656 27.1617
657 STO 34
658 GTO 20
659 LBL "D6"
660 "D6"
661 7
662 19.3
663 25.175
664 XEQ 23
665 GTO 20
666 LBL "D7"
667 "D7"
668 7.5
669 25.3
670 23.1825
671 XEQ 23
672 FS? 11
673 GTO 20
674 FS? 12
675 GTO 20
676 RCL 08
677 22
678 XY?
679 GTO 20
680 21.3
681 STO 15
682 24.1788
683 STO 34
684 GTO 20
685 LBL "D8"
686 "D8"
687 8
688 33.2
689 20.2
690 XEQ 23
691 GTO 20
692 LBL "D9"
693 "D9"
694 8.18182
695 35.28
696 20.204
697 XEQ 23
698 GTO 20
699 LBL "D10"
700 "D10"
701 8.3182
702 37.2
703 20.2075
704 XEQ 23
705 GTO 20
706 LBL "D11"
707 "D11"
708 8.5
709 39.4
710 19.2125
711 XEQ 23
712 GTO 20
713 LBL "D12"
714 "D12"
715 9
716 45.7
717 18.225
718 XEQ 23
719 FS? 11
720 GTO 20
721 FS? 12
722 GTO 20
723 RCL 08
724 35
725 XY?
726 GTO 20
727 43.6
728 STO 15
729 18.2208
730 STO 34
731 GTO 20
732 LBL "D13"
733 "D13"
734 9.5
735 52
736 16.2375
737 XEQ 23
738 GTO 20
739 LBL "D14"
740 "D14"
741 10
742 58.3
743 15.25
744 XEQ 23
745 RCL 08
746 6
747 XY?
748 GTO 20
749 57.12
750 STO 15
751 15.2477
752 STO 34
753 GTO 20
754 LBL "D15"
755 "D15"
756 10.5
757 4.7
758 14.2625
759 XEQ 23
760 GTO 20
761 LBL "D16"
762 "D16"
763 11
764 11.1
765 13.275
766 XEQ 23
767 GTO 20
768 LBL "D17"
769 "D17"
770 12
771 23.9
772 10.3
773 XEQ 23
774 GTO 20
775 LBL "D18"
776 "D18"
777 13
778 36.7
779 8.325
780 XEQ 23
781 GTO 20
782 LBL "D19"
783 "D19"
784 14
785 50.7
786 5.35
787 XEQ 23
788 GTO 20
789 LBL "D20"
790 "D20"
791 16
792 15.8
793 1.4
794 XEQ 23
795 LBL 20
796 FS? 11
797 ASTO 03
798 FS? 12
799 ASTO 09
800 FS? 11
801 GTO 53
802 FS? 12
803 GTO 73
804 FC? 02
805 RTN
806 RCL 14
807 FS? 01
808 GTO 21
809 STO 35
810 CLX
811 SF 01
812 RTN
813 LBL 21
814 STO 36
815 RTN
816 LBL 23
817 STO 34
818 RDN
819 STO 15
820 RDN
821 STO 14
822 RTN
823 LBL 91
824 RCL 04
825 INT
826 1
827 XY?
828 GTO 43
829 1
830 ST+ 02
831 GTO 99
832 LBL 24
833 0
834 GTO 43
835 END


#8

Great!

We're one step ahead, now. Are all the other XROM that way? If so, big chances are the programs can be rewriten in almost any language, given FOCAL (name given to the HP41 programing language) is mid-level language, say, something beyond C and Pascal.

If you need, count on me.

Cheers (I'm going to visit PMU right now).


#9

Where did this "FOCAL" come from?
FOCAL is an existing programming language, and while
it's perhaps somewhat primitive, it's not the same thing
as the programming language in the HP41.

FOCAL is like a more primitive BASIC. I have a
programming manual for FOCAL on the PDP-8 somewhere
around, if someone wants me to look anything up.


#10

Hi;

I'm not sure about when, as a precise moment, but it was in the 80's when the HP Journal published a contest where the HP41's programming language would be named. I could not read that in time to participate, but I thought about FOSPIC (Forty One's Set of Programmable Instruction Code). Reminds BASIC, suggests forty-one's speak... I also know about EUREKA, suggested by Andrés C. Rodrigues (Argentina), who posted the meaning of each letter in the name EUREKA a few weeks ago. Well, FOCAL was chosen to be the name of the HP41's programming language.

(Did I miss something?)

Cheers.


#11

I also had used FOCAL on a DEC PDP-11 (the LSI-11 version) in 1978, so I don’t like the reuse of this name for the HP 41 system. I suggested the EUREKA name for the HP 41 programming language, since (in my opinion) it is an acronym for the most distinctive HP 41 features:


E: Expandability, represented by hardware accessories and peripherals such as Printers, Card Reader, Wand, HP-IL, etc.

U: User-mode keyboard. Keyboard redefinition was an HP 41 first.

R: RPN (classic, 4-levels version)., opposed to Texas Instruments Algebraic Operating System (AOS) or BASIC syntax.

E: Extendibility, represented by software extensions such as Application Pacs (ROMs), XFunctions, etc; and also user-programmed functions which can be called by other programs in the same manner than built-in functions (i.e.: keyboard assignment, indirect execution, XEQ command.).

K: Keystroke operation and programming; as opposed to BASIC-based calculators of the time (1980), in which you needed to type something as “?”, “S”, “I”, “N”, “(“, “3”, “0”, “)”, [RETURN] to get an answer. Nine key presses against three on a HP 41 for the same result. (The “?” was a shortcut for “PRINT”)

A: Alpha capabilities, another HP 41 first for these kind of calculators.

#12

C'est le Paris Mutuel Urbain. (It's the Mutual Paris Urbain)

Merci. (Thanks)

Et salutations du Brésil! (and greetings from Brazil)

(Je le comprands un peu di (du?) Français, but I must confess I needed to look at a dicctionary... If this is wrong, forgive-me.)


#13

Dear Luiz,
Please send me an email if you want a disassembled listing of this 8Kb ROM.
Yours.
Emmanuel


#14

Hi Emmanuel,

the main language in Brazil is Portugese;-)

Regards,

Raymond


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