Even More HP2000 trivia

From: Rick Bensene <rickb_at_bensene.com>
Date: Wed Jan 9 00:38:35 2002

The NAM command does indeed set a name for the workarea, but on the
2000C (and perhaps also the 2000B) the Timeshared BASIC manual
explicitly states that , (comma) is an invalid name for a workspace.
But, for sure on the 2000C (and perhaps on the B), this particular
invocation (NAM-,) did something totally unpected. What was it?
Rick Bensene
The Old Calculator Web Museum

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Subject: Re: Even More HP2000 trivia

If it works like a 2000/Access system, it names your work area, which
you could then


 From: Rick Bensene

Here's one for the HP 2000 fans out there:

On the HP-2000C Timeshared BASIC system, what would the following
command do:


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