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- Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:34 am
- Forum: Calculator Hacking/Modding Discussions
- Topic: Execute buffer overflow by using a corrupted .g1m?
- Replies: 1
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SH-Routines, which call another sub using BSR or JSR, initially push the contents of register PR onto the stack. sts.l pr, @-r15 In most cases the local stack-workspace is reserved after that, f. i. sts.l pr, @-r15 add #-h'58, r15 If any code would erroneously write h'5C bytes to the local workspace...
cakeisalie5 wrote:...it doesn't solve the "no object files with two different names", does it?...
Yes. You are right, I think. I do not believe, that optlnk can maintain libraries with objects of the same name distinguished by the path only. But to be honest, I never tried such a thing.
- Wed Jun 14, 2017 6:13 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: LMI(Linear Matrix Inequality) with CP400 - C++ Solver
- Replies: 1
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...I have C++ and C code solver for LMI but i don't understand can I compile and use it in class pad ? The CP 400 does not support addins any more . I do not believe, that it is possible to use any C or C++ source (except perhaps as guideline to develop a program written in the CP 400 built-in prog...
I wanted to downgrade for a different reason as my calc won't run most of my games now. Is there a way? The reason for addin-incompatibility often is the MPU. You cannot fix that with OS downgrading. Some time ago, I did downgrading with CASIO update-packages. Instead of following the official inst...
The calculator uses the integration of SQRT(1/(1-X*X)) to calculate arcLen( SQRT(1-X*X)...) . The problem seem to be the integration limits -1 and 1. The expression 1/(1-X*X) is not defined for these values. F. i. if you use -0.999... and 0.999... as integration limits, the calculation is at least p...