Featured Commands

The featured commands are articles that represent the best TI-Basic Developer has to offer. A featured command meets all of the following requirements:

  • Well-Written — It is easy to read, flows smoothly, and does not have any spelling or grammatical errors.
  • Complete — It includes everything about the command, including theory, code examples, and screenshots, when appropriate.
  • References — If applicable, it lists the sources that were used in putting together the command.

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Featured Commands:

The binomcdf( command calculates the binomial cumulative probability, either at a single value or for all values. This command can be used to replace seq( when used with cumSum(.

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The If command is used to determine what path of action gets done depending on a condition. With this command, you can set If…Then or If…Then…Else blocks for the calculator to interpret.

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The Menu( command displays a generic menu on the home screen, with up to seven options for the user to select from; you can create another menu and link to it, if you need more than seven options.

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