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 =====Introduction to newRPL===== =====Introduction to newRPL=====
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 newRPL is a modern implementation of the RPL language started near the end of 2013 and is still under development. ​ The motivation for this re-implementation is to preserve the language by making it accessible on modern platforms (an embedded device or a PC).  The goal of the project is to create a fully functional calculator RPL environment that runs natively (as opposed to an emulation or interpreted layer) on the target hardware. ​ Furthermore,​ newRPL is also designed to be backwards compatible with the RPL language and programs that can be run on the Hewlett Packard 48/49/50g series calculators. ​ The newRPL project (released under the BSD open source license) implements RPL in portable C, and is initially targeted for an HP50g calculator and a PC emulator. newRPL is a modern implementation of the RPL language started near the end of 2013 and is still under development. ​ The motivation for this re-implementation is to preserve the language by making it accessible on modern platforms (an embedded device or a PC).  The goal of the project is to create a fully functional calculator RPL environment that runs natively (as opposed to an emulation or interpreted layer) on the target hardware. ​ Furthermore,​ newRPL is also designed to be backwards compatible with the RPL language and programs that can be run on the Hewlett Packard 48/49/50g series calculators. ​ The newRPL project (released under the BSD open source license) implements RPL in portable C, and is initially targeted for an HP50g calculator and a PC emulator.
  
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