Description:User equations library extracted from EQL+, which permits the use of other equation libraries in other languages like Spanish, saving memory by not needing the stock equation library.
Current version:1.0
Authors:Wolfgang Rautenberg: http://www.math.fu-berlin.de/~raut/
Arnaud Amiel
Sergio Fernández Monforte
Downloaded file size:7,879 bytes
Size on calculator:6 KB
User rating:6/10 with 1 vote (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:Math/Misc
Other categories:Science/Misc
File date:2017/04/22 22:34:22
Source code:Not included
Download count:223
Version history:2017/04/22: Added to site
Archive contents:
  Length      Date    Time    Name
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        0  2017-04-21 18:31   EQLu/
     5600  2017-04-21 18:11   EQLu/EQLu
      626  2017-04-21 18:31   EQLu/EQLu.txt
     3844  2017-04-21 18:12   EQLu/UsrBox
---------                     -------
    10070                     4 files
Library contents:EQLu/EQLu: Library 311, EQLu
User comments:Cade Connelly
2018-03-08 13:04:17
This worked fine on an EMU48+ file running a 49G+ emulation, but I had previously installed EQL+ on my actual calculator (50G) and this would not work properly after I uninstalled the EQL+. When I tried installing and uninstalling EQL+ on my emulator, the same problem happened. I am able to call UBox just fine (as long as I have UsrBox in my current directory path), and I can navigate the menus without problem, when I hit e to solve an equation it pulls the list to the stack as normal, but when I then hit enter to fully enter the solver, I get "MINIT error XLIB name undefined." I believe this may be due to some residual protocols getting attached to UBox from the EQL+ version of the command, and since it was stored in the flash there doesn't seem to be any way to get rid of it. So, if you have previously installed EQL+ and want to switch to this program to save space, it probably won't work. 6/10 stars, it was mostly good, but has a fatal error.

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