pgn674 wrote:TI-BASIC on the TI-83 Plus Graphing Calculator was my first programming language. Assembly for the Z80 chip in the same calculator was my second. Self-taught, too.
Salvador Dali wrote:Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing.
bitwiseshiftleft wrote:Too true. I think they've improved slightly (16MHz M68k, 256k ram and 2MB flash in the TI-89, sez Wikipedia), but not exponentially.
My favorite TI exploit was a TI-86 program which ran continuously in the background (like one of those old DOS TSR programs...). It made it so that if you tried to clear the memory, it would write "Mem cleared. Defaults set." and dim the screen, but not actually clear anything. Very useful for gaming after math tests.
FrancovS wrote:BTW, makes me wonder: why isn't there some decent ipod touch/adnroid phone replacement for a HP 50g / TI-89? Doesn't seem that hard to program one...
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DemonDeluxe wrote:Paying to have laws written that allow you to do what you want, is a lot cheaper than paying off the judge every time you want to get away with something shady.
darkspork wrote:Why does it take ten seconds to draw a simple sine curve?
I had to wikipedia TI. Here in Australia, it seems every calculator is a Casio.
thatguy_ wrote:I had to wikipedia TI. Here in Australia, it seems every calculator is a Casio.
I would have to disagree. All the calculators at my school are currently TI-83+, but they are slowly being fazed out in favour of TI-84s. It still annoys the hell out of me that pretty much every student has a phone with more power than a TI, yet we're still forced to pay $100 for a second hand one bought from the school's hire program, and it has the mental capacity of a chimp. Surely an update is required by now, considering that the technology is now so updated....
But anyway, blah blah blah etc.
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