Description:Program to edit HP 48/49 objects in ASCII format. Highlights commands, symbols and delimiters. Quickly insert objects, graphics, control structures, and edit multiple files. Support for multiple languages and communication with Emu48. In Spanish by default, but other languages can be selected at runtime.
Current version:
Author:Roger G. Broncano Reyes: http://www.unparche.com/
Downloaded file size:6,162,383 bytes
Platforms:49/50 48  
Recommended:Get it!
User rating:10/10 with 4 votes (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:PC/Programming
File date:2009-05-31 22:51:13
Source code:Not included
Download count:20,304
Version history:2009-05-31: Updated to version
2008-01-12: Updated to version 5.3
2007-09-25: Added to site
Archive contents:
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  6208199  2009-05-25 20:35   HPUserEdit54.exe
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  6208199                     1 file
User comments:Daniel Oliva
2008-09-16 00:21:40
Top quality program! Among the best tools for creating programs.
Gracias Roger.
Kelly Griffith
2010-01-05 04:15:47
This looks like a very well conceived program however no I could not get an English install of the program. The menus and popups were in Spanish no matter what install language I chose.
Peter Bright
2012-07-21 18:59:12
Can anyone supply a direct link to download this program in English?
jean-marc Detourmignies
2014-09-20 08:50:00
To set the english langage in HP User Edit :
after installation in spanish, select Opciones/idiomas/english
that's it
To export a program from HPuserEdit toward an SD card
select file/export and choose the right directory of the SD card.
I usually omit the extension 'myprog.'
To import a program from the SD card in HPuserEdit
select file/import file type 'all files' ...

many thanks to the author
RPL Calcs
2016-05-15 10:57:58
Very very nice program. I use it to SysRPL programming, too.

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