Sharing RPN-55 Programs


In addition to importing and exporting a program, as described above, there more ways to get data in and out of RPN-55 SD.


Copy and paste display

In TIMER Mode:
 





    In RUN Mode:
     





      In PRGM Mode:
       




        You may even paste a multi-line program snippet copied by the Share action "Copy" (see below).

        If the data on the pasteboard contains an RPN-55 program file in XML format ("*.rpn55"), pasting replaces the entire program, including title, description, and modification date.

        If the data on the pasteboard represents program steps in text format, pasting may take place anywhere in the program. All targets of GTO commands will be automatically adjusted. Title, description, and modification date remain unchanged. This feature makes it easy to reuse program snippets without having to worry about addressing issues.




        Using the Share button

        A number of sharing options are available. Some involve only the program code (text or XML), some only the metadata (title, description), some all parts.













      Cut/Copy/Paste display value
       
      The display value (stack register X) may be put onto or read from the iPhone's pasteboard:
     
       
      The current step may be copied or cut (removed):
     
       
      Cut/copy/paste in Timer mode:
     
       
      Sharing program and metadata
       
      Tap the Share button (top-right) to access various services like Copy, Print, Mail, Dropbox:
     



Importing Programs from Dropbox

IMPORTANT: Make sure the names of the saved files end in ".rpn55".

If you have saved programs to your Dropbox account, open the Dropbox app on your iPhone. Select the desired program and tap the Link button.:



After the link has been created, tap Open In…:



Tap the RPN-55 SD icon:



RPN-55 opens. Tap OK.
RPN-55 will switch to PRGM mode automatically.
Long-press the display to import the program at the current step.

 

 


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