HP-41 Synthetic Programming Made Easy

From: Tony Duell <ard_at_p850ug1.demon.co.uk>
Date: Wed Dec 29 16:36:09 2004

> I just found a nice book that I'm sure a few people (Tony in the least)
> would find interesting (if they don't already have a copy).
> It's called "HP-41 Synthetic Programming Made Easy" by Keith Jarett. It

I am well aware of said book, although I don't think I have it on paper
(I think it's on the MoHPC CD-ROMs, and I have those). Personally, I find
'Extend your HP41' by Wlodek Mier-J to be the best introduction to HP41
synthetic programming, and one of the best books to look at first for
general HP41 software questions (hardware questions send me to the
servicec manual, really exotic software questions convice me to get the
ROM source listing out...). 'HP41 M-code for beginners' is another
excellent book on machine code programming on the HP41 (which needs a
special memory box)

And yes, my 'HP41 Synthetic Programming Quick Reference guide', a much
used one, is in front of me, and I still have my multi-coloured byte
table card to hand. The HP41 is certainly not dead here..

Received on Wed Dec 29 2004 - 16:36:09 GMT

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