Re: Where are 'modules' documented?
Posted: Fri Oct 23, 2020 3:32 am
A minor comment regarding the previous two posts, it's easier on the DM41X to use the UP (triangle) and DOWN (triangle) keys than SST and BST.
Many thanks! That was very helpful.hth313 wrote: ↑Fri Oct 23, 2020 3:14 amPress R/S inside CAT 2. Then to view the contents of the module header shown press ENTER. You can use R/S to start and stop the rolling display, SST/BST when stopped to single step in the catalog.
You may want to consult the Games application pac manual. There are scans available as pdf and similar. http://hp41.org contains a lot of things, http://hpmuseum.org also has a DVD with loads of stuff. There are probably other places you can find it too.
I've owned a HP41CV for around 15 years now. But I'm not familiar with the use of plug-in modules, card-readers, printers are any other peripherals. But I take your point. I should stop being lazy.akaTB wrote: ↑Fri Oct 23, 2020 8:10 amI understand the thrill to use a new toy but, if you are not fully familiar with the 41, may I suggest a thorough read of the manuals? It was an interesting read 40+ years ago, and probably today too: they are very well written and expose each peculiarity of the machine.
Then, asking for differences on the 41X and its virtualizations, is understandable.