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Tyler



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Has anyone here every tried programming TIs, if so, how good is the documentation on using devices like the screen, keys, and connection hole and where can I find that documentation?
Post 29 Apr 2010, 04:16
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mindcooler



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I have done some. At the time, I think TI had some excellent documentation on their site.
Post 30 Apr 2010, 10:25
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edfed



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i coded a lot in TI basic during the last years of shcool, i didn't knew about assembly, then only coded TI basic. recentlly, i tested to code again with it, and ... i found it really limited and dirty.

unfortunatelly, my old TI83 was dead a long time ago.
when i tried recentlly the TI83 emulator from TI sit, it appears that you need the hardware to work on. something like a registration. then, i cannot code asm for this calculator. Sad
Post 30 Apr 2010, 10:54
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Tyler



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edfed wrote:

i coded a lot in TI basic during the last years of shcool, i didn't knew about assembly, then only coded TI basic. recentlly, i tested to code again with it, and ... i found it really limited and dirty.

Me too, TI Basic was the first language I learned(I know, I'm tainted). I learned it last year in Algebra I, the teacher was really cool and didn't care that nobody in the class payed his lectures any attention.

I'd have to say the coolest thing I ever made was Tic-Tac-Toe with a GUI and very crappy AI, SSOOO inefficient. I bet you think I make a lot of mistakes in my asm code, you should see my original TI-Basic, unconditionally redrawing the GUI, infinite looping for input, and lots of other inefficiencies.

But as for my question, I recently found out the TI-83/84s can have Zilog 80 assembly programs as well as Basic, so I was wondering where the calculator equivalent to 0xb8000 is.
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