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HP Prime Programming Tools

The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.


There are 17 files totaling 1827KB in this category.

Codes touches   (details) Prime   1KB/1KB
ScreenshotProgrammer's utility to determine key codes.
By Mickaël Nicotera. 2013/10/05

ColorCube   (details) Prime   EN   64KB/35KB
ScreenshotThe possible colors of an RGB Pixel can be thought of as a color cube with edges aligned on red, green, and blue axis. ColorCube draws the color cube in slices, and allows you to navigate about and select colors within the context of the color cube.
By JF Sather. 2014/10/19

Coulib   (details) Prime   FR   15KB/3KB
ScreenshotSet of variables with French names for common colors, useful for programmers.
Author unknown. 2014/10/18

dec   (details) Prime   EN   3KB/1KB
Outputs the exact internal decimal value of a floating point number in CAS. It is similar to (and is based on) the author's "hex" program with the only difference being that the output of "dec" is in standard decimal format, instead of hexadecimal.
By Joseph K. Horn. 2015/08/20

DrawIcon   (details) Prime   EN   5KB/3KB
Shows how to draw an icon, with both 4x4 and 6x6 examples.
By Eddie Shore. 2014/10/22

DrawMenu   (details) Prime   EN   2KB/3KB
Shows how to use DRAWMENU to create CAS menus.
By Eddie Shore. 2014/10/22

Elastic Grids   (details) Prime   EN   2KB/1KB
Shows how to apply a magnification, rotation, or twist effect to a grid.
By Damien Unknown. 2014/10/22

Fonts   (details) Prime   EN   417KB/9KB
ScreenshotShows how to change fonts programmatically.
By Juerg W. Buser. 2015/07/26

hex   (details) Prime   EN   3KB/1KB
Outputs the internal representation of any real number in CAS.
By Joseph K. Horn. 2014/10/19

Keystroke Programming Simulator Beta   (details) Prime   EN   564KB/25KB
Contains two programs: editmacro and runmacro. They bring the powerful keystroke RPN (Reverse Polish Notation) programming to the HP Prime. If you are familiar with the Hewlett Packard programming calculators (HP 65, 67, 12C, 15C, 35S, and a whole lot more), you will feel at home using this program package.
By Eddie Shore. 2015/08/15

Program UNDO 0.1   (details) Prime   EN   2KB/2KB
ScreenshotSaves the current version of a program while editing it, using user keys. Restores saved version (UNDO changes). Second call also allows to rollback UNDO operation (REDO).
Author unknown. 2015/10/24

Programming with Spreadsheet   (details) Prime   EN   FR   ES   559KB/739KB
Shows how to program the spreadsheet of the Prime. Includes as an example a periodic table of elements.
By Michel Déchamps. 2014/10/19

Saving Space In Games   (details) Prime   EN   3KB/1KB
Explains how to save space in games by using a run-length encoding method of compression for graphics.
By Patrice Torchet. 2014/10/22

SIM8080   (details) Prime   EN   13KB/74KB
Simulates the 8080 microprocessor.
Author unknown. 2016/08/06

SkeletonApp   (details) Prime   EN   144KB/20KB
ScreenshotEvent driven framework for applications.
By Juerg W. Buser. 2015/07/26

SkeletonDemo   (details) Prime   EN   26KB/30KB
ScreenshotSkeletonDemo is a fancy demo app for the event driven framework SkeletonApp. It tries to visualize the concept behind the framework.
By Juerg W. Buser. 2015/07/26

WaitLab   (details) Prime   EN   4KB/3KB
Utility for examining Wait(-1) command response to touch pad gestures. WaitLab prints the results of Wait(-1) in a continuous loop with a built in pause in the loop of Dly seconds. This simulates functional code that checks for user input and takes Dly seconds to process, then loops back and checks again.
By JF Sather. 2014/10/19

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