Dan Kirkland

ID:723
First Name:Dan
Last Name:Kirkland
Last Change:2017-06-15
Number of Files:11 (106th most prolific)
Number of Downloads:25,420 (410th most downloaded)

APPT II 1.01   (details) 48 ENG   6KB/8KB
ScreenshotLibrary that allows the user to set and view appointments. Gives a calendar where the user can select a date and then add, view, edit, delete, or acknowledge appointments or reminders. Written in System RPL for both the S and G series.
By Dan Kirkland. 1997/08/21

Assembly Timings   (details) 48 ENG   1KB
Talks about how some assembly instructions take a different amount of time to run depending on memory address.
By Dan Kirkland. 1999/01/06

CONTRAST   (details) 48 ENG   2KB/1KB
Contrast adjustment program (by Lilian), and a slider-style front end for it (by Dan).
By Lilian Pigallio and Dan Kirkland. 2008/08/14

CPU Bug   (details) 48 ENG   2KB
Comments about a bug in the Saturn CPU affecting instructions like A=A+CON fs,expr.
By Dan Kirkland. 2008/08/13

Library 4   (details) 48   1KB/1KB
Config aborter, for selectively aborting the config routines of particular libraries.
By Detlef Müller and Dan Kirkland. 2008/08/18

Mand   (details) 48 ENG   5KB/7KB
ScreenshotYet another Mandelbrot plotter.
By Jon Mynott and Dan Kirkland. 1997/08/21

MEMVIEW II   (details) 48 ENG   1KB/1KB
A program that shows a graph of your memory usage. Compatible with both the S and G series.
By Dan Kirkland. 1997/08/21

MicroMem 0.01   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotMemory utility tool, showing used and free user memory.
By Dan Kirkland and Pedro Branco. 1999/01/28

The Rosetta Stone   (details) 48 ENG   19KB
HP <-> AG Mnemonics.
By Joseph K. Horn, Jan Brittenson, and Dan Kirkland. 1997/10/18

USEND Menu   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/4KB
ScreenshotA semi-graphical front-end for the USEND fast infrared transfer program.
By Dan Kirkland and others. 2017/06/15

USND 3.0   (details) 48 ENG   4KB/2KB
Library with the commands USEND and URECV, which are fast, all purpose, IR send and receive commands for FAST IR data transfer between two S or G series calculators. With USEND and URECV, you can send objects directly from the stack without storing them in a variable. USEND and URECV are typically 4+ times faster than the built-in SEND and RECV commands.
By Dan Kirkland. 1997/10/15

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