Beginner Guide

Note: This page was originally created by AtionSong on the TI-Basic wiki, and has been added here because TI-Basic wiki is in the process of being merged with this wiki. In addition to this page, only those pages which weren't already duplicated on this wiki were added.

TI-BASIC is a rich programming language that can be used to create programs from the tediously simple to the outrageously complex. While playing these games is fun, one the most intellectually stimulating and rewarding things you can do is actually program these programs. If you own a TI-83 calculator or higher, you have everything you need to start programming your own TI-BASIC programs.

Guides

  1. Basic Programming
  2. Different Paths
  3. Visual Magic

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