Free42 for Linux (x86)

Description:Open-source simulator of the HP 42S scientific programmable RPN calculator. Because this is a written-from-scratch simulator, it does not need a ROM from an actual calculator. Under constant development, so check the author's web site for updates. This archive contains the x86 Linux binary.
Current version:2.0.22
Author:Thomas Okken:
Downloaded file size:5,691,728 bytes
User rating:10/10 with 1 vote (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:PC/Emulators
File date:2019/01/12 16:37:11
Creation date:2019/01/12
Source code:Not included
Download count:7,705
Related files:Free42 Source Code
Version history:2019/01/17: Updated to version 2.0.22
2018/07/22: Updated to version 2.0.21
2018/05/01: Updated to version 2.0.20
2018/02/18: Updated to version 2.0.15
2018/01/24: Updated to version 2.0.11
2017/12/28: Updated to version 2.0.8
2017/11/22: Updated to version 2.0.7
2017/11/12: Updated to version 2.0.6
2017/08/02: Updated to version 2.0.5
2017/06/01: Updated to version 2.0.4
2017/05/29: Updated to version 2.0.3
2017/05/14: Updated to version 2.0.2
2017/04/27: Updated to version 2.0.1
2017/02/16: Updated to version 1.5.13
2008/08/24: Updated to version 1.4.44
2006/09/14: Updated to version 1.4.27
2006/05/27: Updated to version 1.4.22
2006/05/14: Updated to version 1.4.20
2006/02/22: Updated to version 1.3.17
2005/03/14: Added to site
Archive contents:
drwxrwxr-x thomas/thomas     0 2019-01-12 16:20 Free42Linux/
-rwxrwxr-x thomas/thomas 3179040 2019-01-12 16:20 Free42Linux/free42bin
-rw-rw-r-- thomas/thomas    6350 2019-01-12 16:20 Free42Linux/README
-rwxrwxr-x thomas/thomas 4804608 2019-01-12 16:20 Free42Linux/free42dec
User comments:Ian Park
2010-10-13 04:18:59
This really made me salivate - I've been a fan of HP calculators for over 40 years, since I used an HP-35 at work in my first job after I finished university. As soon as I found it, I installed it on all three of my PCs (desktop, laptop and netbook) *and* my smartphone (Nokia 900). I prefer the ck skin, which makes it look pretty much like the HP-11C (one of which I also own). Great stuff!

You must be logged in to add your own comment.

Part of the HP Calculator Archive,
Copyright 1997-2018 Eric Rechlin.