From: Ingo Willer on 21 Feb 2010 16:22
After ten years of not using my HP I startet programming again. Now
I am looking for a possibility to run some User RPL commands in SysRPL
because I can not find an entry point for a needed function.
(Power of a ZINT e.g. 2 1000 ^ in RPL)
From: Andreas Möller on 21 Feb 2010 17:05
you can use all User-RPL commands in System-RPL
> (Power of a ZINT e.g. 2 1000 ^ in RPL)
This would be x^ in User-RPL and can be used directly like this in
For System-RPL use the following code (which requires two Zints as
:: ( Level2: Zint Level1: Zint )
From: Yann on 22 Feb 2010 08:47
As stated by Andreas,
basically *any* userRPL command has a corresponding SysRPL mnemonic.
So you can't loose any functionality.
The "trick" is that, most of the time,
the SysRPL mnemonic is slightly different from the UserRPL one.
In general, add a "x" (lowercase) in front,
such as xDUP, x+, xCOS, etc.
More complete mnemonic database can be consulted,
one of the best being Carsten :