**Did you know…**

…that "0<X<10" will actually compare "0<X" first, and compares the result (0 or 1) to 10, so "0<X and X<10" should be used instead? (edit)

…that there are 256 picture variables built-in to the TI-83+ calculator, even though the calculator only shows 10 picture variables? (edit)

…that you can enable the faster circle drawing flag on the TI-83/84/+/SE by placing {*i* after the last argument of the `Circle(` command? (edit)

…that you can get the home screen font on the graph screen (except on the regular TI-83) by placing a '-1' at the beginning of the `Text(` command? (edit)

…that you can get the number of digits of a number N to the left of the decimal point by using the formula `1+int(log(N)`? (edit)

…that you can use the `%` symbol or `sub(` with one argument as a smaller replacement for multiplying by .01? (edit)

…that you can get rid of the run indicator on the TI-83/84/+/SE by using `Text(-1,0,90," "` on the graph screen and `Output(1,16," "` on the home screen? (edit)

…that you can run your TI-Basic program from an assembly shell by placing a colon (":") as the first line of your program? (edit)

…that the finance variables are the fastest variables to use, even faster than Ans? (edit)

…that the `String►Equ(` command is completely useless, and you can store a string into one of the equation variables just using the → (store) operator? (edit)

…that you can compress a list of related numbers by combining them into integer and fraction parts? (edit)

…that the majority of the graphics commands are dependent upon the window dimensions, so you should always use a friendly graphing window to ensure everything shows up as you intended? (edit)

…that you can make subprograms that are contained inside the program itself, so that they can be called by the program whenever needed? (edit)

…that you can use `SetUpEditor` to `UnArchive` a list, but at the same time create the list if it doesn't exist? (edit)

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