What do you think of this project???



#2

I missed the conversation concerning my emulator in RPN mode.
Sorry for the missed...
But Namir pushed me towards to what I tried ... and I said yes to the temptation of RPN.
So, two month later, I respond to each members:

Hi Namir,
You, surely, drank on 13 Sept 2012, 10:50 a.m.
You did not remember my name ?! Pierre not Paul !
Amicalement
Pierre

Hi Thomas Radtke,
Now you have skins Commodore (in AOS mode)
I could make RPN skins on demand.
Regards
Pierre

Hi Gene wright,
ENTER is ENTER if is you choose a RPN skin.
Regards
Pierre

Hi Maximilian Hohmann,
I LOVE my Ti-58C (never had a 59)
Regards
Pierre

Hi David Hayden,
The TI58C emulator allows 9 levels of nested parentheses, which means a 9-level stack in AOS mode.
But in RPN mode the stack is different (x, y ,z ,t enough for calculating)
Regards
Pierre

Hi Marcus,
In RPN mode, modules are processed in AOS and they return result in x register or memory registers.
So we do not need to rewrite modules in RPN mode.
Amicalement
Pierre


Hi Eddie W. Shore,
I did it!
And I hope you enjoy!
Regards
Pierre

Thanks all for your support !
I need you for progressing and improve my emulator.


#3

Quote:
I missed the conversation concerning my emulator in RPN mode.
Sorry for the missed...
But Namir pushed me towards to what I tried ... and I said yes to the temptation of RPN.
So, two month later, I respond to each members:

Hi Namir,
You, surely, drank on 13 Sept 2012, 10:50 a.m.
You did not remember my name ?! Pierre not Paul !
Amicalement
Pierre

Hi Thomas Radtke,
Now you have skins Commodore (in AOS mode)
I could make RPN skins on demand.
Regards
Pierre

Hi Gene wright,
ENTER is ENTER if is you choose a RPN skin.
Regards
Pierre

Hi Maximilian Hohmann,
I LOVE my Ti-58C (never had a 59)
Regards
Pierre

Hi David Hayden,
The TI58C emulator allows 9 levels of nested parentheses, which means a 9-level stack in AOS mode.
But in RPN mode the stack is different (x, y ,z ,t enough for calculating)
Regards
Pierre

Hi Marcus,
In RPN mode, modules are processed in AOS and they return result in x register or memory registers.
So we do not need to rewrite modules in RPN mode.
Amicalement
Pierre

Hi Eddie W. Shore,
I did it!
And I hope you enjoy!
Regards
Pierre

Thanks all for your support !
I need you for progressing and improve my emulator.


Pierre,
Good! I look forward to your emulator. Eddie


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