Spanish system/user library program that helps to find the true value of money with an assistant to build the cash flow. Includes a time-value-of-money program, time value of money routines, and a financial program. It also helps you to find the value of money in time (good for economics) and has a financial mathematics library.
Flight computer program, with weight and balance with 9 plane memory and CG graphing, flight plan of up to eight legs, winds aloft calculation, density altitude, distance and heading between two points, and crosswind components. Ported to the 49G by John H. Meyers.
This application allows your HP 49 to act as a sophisticated bond pricing calculator, with features above and beyond that incorporated in most financial calculators, including ones manufactured by Hewlett-Packard. Indeed, it has features similar to bond pricing programs normally found on personal computers but retains the ease of use and flexibility of keystroke oriented bond pricing functions found on financial calculators.
"31 Bible Passages from Proverbs for the HP 49." A very easy to use program that lets the user select the day (with a fast calendar) and then displays a verse for that day. Also includes an option to display the Roman Road to salvation. Supposedly an easy-to-install library.
A collection of editable functions for the HP 50g including Julian, Gregorian and my own DTime time calculations and conversions and time prettyprinting, MegaPixels, scaling, number of digits in an integer for a given base, conversion of real to integer by lopping off anything after decimal point (not like ceil and floor), zeropad for number string output, a BMI calculator for adults, and a function for converting numbers to fixed point SI units or IEC units, a download time estimator, an inform function for calculating time left given 2 DTime timestamps and a percent, all as editable individual program files. The time library allows you to multiply, divide, add, subtract time using DTime as the base time format. The time calculator can be used for long download time calculations for a given bandwidth. Lots of daily-useful functions oriented mainly towards computer science and computer usage.
This is a financial program for calculating the standard five financial variables; N, I, PV, PMT, FV using the "SOLVE" feature. Two additional variables allow the user to specify the compounding frequency and the payment frequency.
Module for calculating peridiodical constant payments. The program CFLOW allows you to handle discrete payments which hasn't the same value. The program IRR calculates the internal interest rate of a cashflow. For both there is no restriction for the number of periods (except the memory size).
A library of advanced list processing functions such as Filter, Map, Foldl/Foldr, Zip/Unzip etc. mostly borrowed from the Hakell programming language. Makes list processing much easier than with the built-in functions. This is the latest System RPL version for the HP 49G/49g+/50g, based on Luis Morales Boisset's 0.1b System RPL version of Jarno Peschier's GoferLists 0.1 library. The new version fixes a couple of minor bugs and adds a bunch of additional operations.
An extensive help file for the HP 32SII and 33s that runs on the 49G, 49g+, 50g and 48gII calculators, as well as their emulators. It includes all the commands, plus many programming examples, tips and techniques. Most commands also apply to the 35s.
The HLP49 v6.0 library provides over 600 detailed and expanded help entries for basic commands (RPN, non-CAS) and includes lots of tips and techniques, plus many programming and plotting examples. It runs on the 49g+ and 50g using the SD card, or the 49G or emulators using port 2. v6.0 is much larger than previous versions and has many more examples, particularly with plotting and operational modes. An appendix cross-references the examples and programs with entries. v6.0 also includes a fully indexed and linked PDF version of HLP49 that will run on any computer.
How tall will you be? This program uses growth charts from the CDC or World Health Organization to predict how tall a child will be when they grow to adulthood. Other growth chart data can be added. Written in User RPL. Full HPUserEdit source code is included.
HP50GPS is a set of programs designed to capture, display and save GPS data on the HP50g calculator via the serial port. The programs are written in User RPL and System RPL and require an NMEA 2.2 complaint serial GPS unit and a serial cable. An SD card is required to save collected GPS data. Code was developed and tested using the cable available at the commerce site of hpcalc.org. Package includes binary program files, plain-text source code and user's guide.
HPtran is a customizable language translator for the HP 49g+/50g. This program translates individual words into different languages. It also includes a hangman game for practice in these languages. It is very easy to create additional language archives. Features include fast (almost instantaneous!) word lookup and word completions, and it even translates into languages besides English! Read the included PDF to understand installation. Install at least one HPtran data file to use the program. Now includes another word game and requires ROM 2.0 to run correctly.
A English<->French translation dictionary data file for HPtran, including verb conjugations. Requires an SD card on the 49g+. Great for those working on learning another language! Read the PDF in the HPtran archive for installation directions.
A English<->Portuguese translation dictionary data file for HPtran. Requires an SD card on the 49g+. Great for those working on learning another language! Read the PDF in the HPtran archive for installation directions.
A English<->Spanish translation dictionary data file for HPtran. Requires an SD card on the 49g+. Great for those working on learning another language! Read the PDF in the HPtran archive for installation directions.
Program for solving industrial engineering calculations or Financial Mathematics, which solves simple cases of load from the value of money over time, as well as the calculation of the IRR, NPV, EUAW, CAUE, and depreciation tables.
This library presents the factors used in engineering economics as: Pe, F/G, A/G, P/G, A/F, F/A, A/P, P/A, P/F, F/P, can interpolate values besides calculating the TIR, VAN, VAUE, VFN, and has the paying-off systems PRICE, SAC, very useful for the matter.
Determines information about a TCP/IP subnet with the help of conversions from octet string to binary and long and vice versa: IP address, base address, subnet mask, prefix (cidr notation), broadcast address, #hosts, class, and remarks.
Contains several programs and variables which comprise a capable Morse code practice system for the user. The program can send code using the beeper at speeds slightly over 20 words per minute continuously, without encountering delays due to calculator "garbage collection". The user can set the overall speed and element speed independently, or can manually set the timing and delay for each element type.
Briefly, NUMAQ's goal is to calculate the amount of machines needed per workstation to produce a certain amount of products in a given time horizon. Industrial Engineering related. English and Spanish version of the program are available in the ZIP file. Also, detailed PDF manuals in both English and Spanish. It doesn't mess with your calculator settings. For HP 49g+ and HP 50g (needs 131x80 display).
The program calculates the taxes deducted from gross salary of Brazilian workers. The values of the Income Tax (IRPF) and Social Security (INSS) are shown on screen output with the net value of the salary of the employee. Updated rates for 2010.
This is the book 'Two Years Before The Mast" by Richard Henry Dana about his adventures sailing from Boston, going around Cape Horn, working in California, and returning two years later. A reader is included and the chapters are in an 49g+/50g friendly format. Intended to be stored on an SD card.