Lutz Vieweg

ID:81
First Name:Lutz
Last Name:Vieweg
Last Change:2008-08-22
Number of Files:11 (106th most prolific)
Number of Downloads:44,621 (224th most downloaded)

ADR   (details) 48 ENG   5KB/4KB
A simple but very fast and comfortable program to handle small sets of data like addresses. Intended for use in conjunction with QED.
By Lutz Vieweg. 2008/08/22

Browser Routine   (details) 48 ENG   2KB/1KB
ScreenshotAssembly language routines for creating a fast browser program. Example included.
By Lutz Vieweg. 1998/06/08

Color Demo   (details) 48 ENG   4KB/5KB
Graphics demo showing four shades of gray.
By Lutz Vieweg. 2008/08/12

Compress 2.0   (details) 49/50 ENG   5KB/2KB
Redundance Fighter compression utility.
By Lutz Vieweg and Laurent Mas (hpsam). 2000/01/05

Digi-Sound Player 1.0   (details) 48 ENG   11KB/5KB
A very primitive digital sound player for the 48, using 1-bit sampling for a SNR of less than 6 dB.
By Lutz Vieweg. 2008/08/19

IFF-SND   (details) 48 ENG   4KB
Program for the Amiga to convert IFF sound files so they can be played on the HP 48.
By Lutz Vieweg. 1998/06/08

QED 2.01/GX   (details) 48 ENG   42KB/13-20KB
ScreenshotQED is a shareware text editor for the HP 48 written in assembly language. It is much faster than the editor built into the HP 48. Includes versions for both the S series and G series.
By Lutz Vieweg. 1997/08/21

QED Fonts   (details) 48   8KB
Source code for the three fonts in the QED package, namely QEDF5X6.A, QEDF6X6.A, and QEDF6X8.A.
By Lutz Vieweg. 2008/08/20

Redundance Fighter 2.4   (details) 48 ENG   8KB/2KB
Redundance Fighter is probably the second most used compression program for the SX/GX. Also includes version 1.21 for the S series, which is necessary to decompress some old RF archives.
By Lutz Vieweg and PHX. 1997/08/21

TSEND & TSERVE 2.0   (details) 48 ENG   19KB/1KB
Fast (7680bps) IR transfer program.
By Lutz Vieweg. 1997/08/21

XUNIT   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/2KB
Inverse of the UBASE function.
By Lutz Vieweg. 1998/06/08

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