Mark Adler

ID:22
First Name:Mark
Last Name:Adler
Last Change:2017-08-01
Number of Files:9 (166th most prolific)
Number of Downloads:47,151 (232nd most downloaded)

APPT and APDIR (improved)   (details) 48 ENG   5 KB / 8 KB
ScreenshotAppointment manager program. Improved version of HP's original program, as it is faster and smaller with the same functionality.
By Hewlett-Packard and Mark Adler. 1998-02-26

ASC2BIN (Old)   (details) 48 ENG   24 KB
DOS program that reads an up to 127K ASCII (RPL) file consisting of a string intended for ASC-> and converts it into a binary object file on a PC. Also includes a couple modified variants, including one that does the opposite (essentially ->ASC). A later program, ASC2BIN, is probably better than this one.
By Pete M. Wilson, Mark Adler, and James H. Cloos. 2017-06-23

Cable Connector Info   (details) 48 ENG   3 KB
Gives specific information about the connector from the HP 48 Serial Interface Kit.
By Mark Adler. 1998-02-28

FACNUM   (details) 48 ENG   3 KB / 1 KB
Given an integer, return its prime factorization as a list. Also shows an example of code that allows you to break out of loops.
By Mark Adler. 1997-08-21

HP Read 1.3   (details) 28 ENG   20 KB
DOS program which reads data sent by infrared pulses from an HP calculator (such as an HP-28S) to a Radio Shack GP1U52X Infrared Receiver. Is now freeware rather than shareware because the author no longer supports it and because the postal address for registering is no longer valid.
By Mark Adler. 1998-07-31

HPTrans   (details) 28 ENG   3 KB
C program for use with HPRead.
By Mark Adler. 1998-07-31

Object Position   (details) 48 ENG   5 KB / 1 KB
Rudimentary search functionality which gives the position of an object in a list.
By Mark Adler. 2017-08-01

QuickSort   (details) 48 ENG   7 KB / 1 KB
Quickly sorts a list.
By Mark Adler. 1998-06-08

TIMR (Adler)   (details) 48 ENG   2 KB / 1 KB
Another benchmark program to time how long it takes a program to run.
By Mark Adler. 2017-06-24

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