**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 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)

…that @1, @2, etc. stand in for arbitrary constants in an expression? (edit)

…that displaying sprites to column coordinates divisible by 8 is faster than to other coordinates? (edit)

…that strings are the fastest data type to access, given enough elements? (edit)

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