**Did you know…**

…that you can use a combination of real and imaginary numbers to compress a real list, and use `imag(` and `real(` to decompress it? (edit)

…that you can use plot sprites to make simple, easily movable sprites on the color calculators? (edit)

…that 68k calculators can not only program in TI-Basic, but can program in Assembly and C as well? (edit)

…that there are also models aimed for the Chinese market, such as the TI-Nspire CM-C? (edit)

…that you can change the color of the input or output of a math box? (edit)

…that you can compare multiple data sets in the same graphing window? (edit)

…that many of the Windows shortcut key commands work on the Nspire? (edit)

…that the Nspire can program in TI BASIC, C, Assembly, and Lua? (edit)

…that you can draw different lines for equations by going to the "Y=" menu, pressing left twice, and pressing enter to cycle through the different line types? (edit)

…that the TI-Basic Developer has a complete TI-Basic Starter Kit filled with important tutorials, guides, and tips for new TI-Basic programmers? (edit)

…that TI 84+CSE and CE calculators have ten high-resolution image slots that can be used as backgrounds for graphing? (edit)

…that the color tokens on a TI-84+CSE/CE can be used as number equivalents for math? For example, BLUE*5 equals 50 while DARKGRAY-4 equals 20? (edit)

…that you can use check `max(N=L₁` to check if N is in L₁, and `1+sum(not(cumSum(N=L₁` to tell where? (edit)

…that you can store an empty string into a string variable, but you cannot perform operations on it? (edit)

…that if you have a rather bulky matrix or list, you can store it as a string to one of the sequence variables, *u,v,w* and halve the size? Then, you can evaluate the expression using said variable and `Ans(X)` where X equals the list or matrix element you want? (edit)

…that the calculator can do math with integers up to 2^{2040}? (edit)

…that you can take the n^{th} root of x by entering x^(1/n)? (edit)

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