Mark Power

First Name:Mark
Last Name:Power
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Last Change:2018-02-18
Number of Files:7 (221st most prolific)
Number of Downloads:18,265 (597th most downloaded)

Fruit Machine   (details) 48 ENG   4KB/1KB
ScreenshotOne of the author's first RPL programs. To pull the lever press A. To hold or nudge a reel press B, C or D. To exit press E.
By Mark Power. 2008/08/10

Machine Code Graphics Library 0.7   (details) 48 ENG   17KB/2KB
ScreenshotThis library works on the S/SX/G/GX and provides assembly language routines to turn on, turn off and test pixels in any grob, draw lines and draw circles (very quickly). Also includes a pair of detailed documents (in Word and plain text format) explaining how to do fast graphics in assembly language.
By Mark Power. 2008/08/10

Pie Plot   (details) 48 ENG   2KB/1KB
ScreenshotA simple RPL program which draws and labels a pie chart using commands from the author's own Graphics Library. This is like the pie chart program in the owner's manual but uses a specified column from the sigmaDAT array (like the built-in BARPLOT it uses XCOL - the first parameter in the sigmaPAR list).
By Mark Power. 2008/08/10

Racer V35Get It   (details) Prime ENG   71KB/97KB
ScreenshotOutrun style racing game, with amazing graphics, just like the old Sega game.
By Mark Power. 2018/02/18

SCHIP Emulator   (details) Prime ENG   17KB/34+KB
ScreenshotSCHIP emulator, including Pong, Space Invaders and Tetris ROMs as samples. Some games don't work as expected, but it should play many CHIP and SCHIP games.
By Mark Power. 2015/08/19

Solitaire - Baker's Game 1.29   (details) Prime ENG   9KB/27KB
ScreenshotSolitaire game. Build up suits top left to win. Touch a card to pick it, then tap a destination to move it. Cards can only be moved onto the same suit and in sequence.
By Mark Power. 2018/02/18

VT52 Terminal Emulator 4.0   (details) 48 ENG   15KB/4KB
DEC VT52 terminal emulator library. As well as the normal behavior, the emulator can be run in local echo or logging modes (captures the received data in a string). The library also provides convenient functions to access additional Kermit commands which would normally need to be accessed using the PKT function. Written in System RPL for both the S and G series.
By Mark Power. 2008/08/10

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