Jazz

Filename:jazz68.zip
ID:1670
Current version:6.8
Description:System RPL and Machine Language Development Library. Contains an ML assembler and disassembler, a System RPL compiler/decompiler, a debugger for both, an entries table browser, a text editor, and much more.
Authors:Mika Heiskanen
Jan Brittenson
Downloaded file size:138803 bytes
Size on calculator:72 KB
Platforms:HP 48
Recommended:Get it!
User rating:9.8/10 with 11 votes (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:Programming/ASM
Languages:English
File date:2001/04/01 14:13:40
Source code:Not included
Site update history:2001/04/01: Updated to version 6.8
2001/04/01: Updated to version 6.8
1999/01/08: Updated to version 6.7
1998/06/14: Updated to version 6.6
Zip file contents:  Length     Date   Time    Name
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        0  03-23-01 15:01   jazz68/
    15539  03-23-01 15:01   jazz68/CHANGES
     9364  05-31-96 20:56   jazz68/gentab2.c
    67513  06-19-95 21:25   jazz68/hpentr.a
    34146  06-19-95 21:26   jazz68/hptabs.lib
    72086  03-23-01 15:01   jazz68/jazz68.lib
     3074  09-08-96 15:00   jazz68/ufl3.lib
    59260  03-23-01 15:01   jazz68/jazz68.doc
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   260982                   8 files
Library contents:jazz68/hptabs.lib: Library 993,
jazz68/jazz68.lib: Library 992, Jazz :6.8 Fin Mar. 2001
jazz68/ufl3.lib: Library 257, UFL :1.0 Font Lev. 3
Screenshot:Screenshot
User comments:Aaron Wallace
2001-06-16 20:06:09
In my opinion, this is the best program for writing systemRPL and assembly programs. My program, PowerPlot, was written entirely with Jazz.
Ricardo Blasco Serrano
2001-07-01 17:37:26
Jazz is defintetly the best tool to develop your own SYS RPL or ML programs. Simply wonderful.
carlos marangon
2002-09-16 03:34:09
Mika and Jan made a good job making this Jazz. But now that HP stopped making calcs I hope they can also use their skill making programs that run in other plataforms.
carlos marangon
2002-09-16 03:34:26
Mika and Jan made a good job making this Jazz. But now that HP stopped making calcs I hope they can also use their skill making programs that run in other OS.
Han Duong
2012-03-01 01:06:46
This has been ported to the HP49G+ and HP50G calculators. The new port also includes support for new object types, new opcodes, and larger screen.

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