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Download: CRISPI.8xpNo Download Available
Version: 1.0
Compatibility: TI-84+ 2.xx MP
File Size: 828 Bytes
Genre: Arcade Graphics Platform Puzzle RPG Strategy Sports Casino Board Utility Misc

Pi (π) is well known for its utility in all things circles (C=2πr, A=πr²). Pi is also known for being an irrational number, a number that goes on forever. This program won't help you memorize this number in its entirety, but it will help you remember the first 126!


Fill the screen with the first 126 digits of pi, one digit at a time! Mistakes will set you back a little, but you'll also learn the next few digits. Don't give up!


Number Keys 0-9: Type a number
Enter: Continue after getting a digit wrong; proceed once you've completed all 126 digits
Clear: Exit the game. Progress is never saved.


This program currently uses the remainder() command, which is available on only operating systems past 2.53 MP. I'll remove this restriction in a future update.
If the program still doesn't work, try unarchiving any real variables or clearing a little space on your calculator.


Thanks for checking out this program and reading this through! As a small thank-you gift, store pi to the variable X (π→X) before running CrisPI. You'll get a handy reference for the first 126 digits of pi.


This is my first program, so please feel free to comment on the program itself or on this page about anything I might have missed, programming tips, etc. Thank you!
— IndigoWare

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