Matthew Mastracci

First Name:Matthew
Last Name:Mastracci
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Last Change:2008-10-14
Number of Files:8 (186th most prolific)
Number of Downloads:59,635 (159th most downloaded)

Fast OFF   (details) 48 ENG   1KB/1KB
Faster version of the OFF command, so the HP 48 turns on much faster when there are many ports in RAM cards that are usually verified at startup. Much smaller than the above program, but less safe, possibly causing unnecessary battery drain or memory loss.
By Matthew Mastracci. 1998/07/22

Hide Object in Library Data   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/1KB
Small program that will hide an object within a Library Data object.
By Matthew Mastracci. 1998/07/22

HP-IDE 1.22Get It   (details) 48 ENG   289KB
Visual Studio-style Windows 95/NT IDE for System RPL and ASM development. Integrates with Emu48 and also provides a feature for transferring the files to the calculator.
By Matthew Mastracci. 1998/06/06

HP-Kermit 1.1.1   (details) 48 ENG   129KB
Allows you to transfer between your 48G/S without any special calculator-side programs or libraries. Also lets you view and traverse the directory tree, as well as providing an interactive "stack" to type '48 commands at. Supports transferring via Xmodem as well.
By Matthew Mastracci. 1997/12/06

HP-Kermit Source Code 1.1.1   (details) 48 ENG   13KB
Source code for the 48G/S transfer program with the same name.
By Matthew Mastracci. 2008/10/14

HPIR   (details) 48 ENG   32KB
Another DOS-based 82240B printer emulator, saving the captured printouts to a text file.
By Matthew Mastracci. 1998/05/18

Saturn Processor Reference 1.0   (details) 48 ENG   26KB
Highly detailed reference of the Saturn processor architecture. Contains information about the chip registers/interrupt system/HP 48 peripheral interface and more! Distributed with permission.
By Matthew Mastracci. 1998/02/22

Variation of CPU speed explained!   (details) 48 ENG   5KB
Another explanation of the speed variation of the HP 48.
By Matthew Mastracci. 1997/09/06

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