Is there any other way I could install MirageOS?

To clarify, I'm using a TI-84 Plus Silver Edition OS emulation

]]>The first thing I wanted to address was a suggestion to make a community Discord because many people use that today. To satisfy users of the original chat and users who want a Discord server, I added integration between the two. You can now send messages from either bDiscuss or Discord, and still get the same content.

Note that this is under heavy development, and has some bugs that need fixing.

Check out bDiscuss here: https://battlesquid.github.io/bDiscuss/public/#

Join the server here: https://discord.gg/y3vAAfj

If anyone knows a computer programing language feel free to become a member of your team!

]]>I want to send automatic server notifications (push only) on a specific day in a week, let us say on every Friday. Also is there any method to activate the new links active only after a day. I have already explored many PHP Developer Forum, but still waiting for the satisfying correct answer. Hopefully in this forum my issue will resolve. ]]>

Warning: Long code ahead.

` ``#include<iostream> #include<string> using namespace std; signed long int input() { signed long int integer; cout<<"How many sides does the polygon have? "; cin>>integer; return integer; } void checksplit(signed long int & n1, signed long int & n2, signed long int & n3, signed long int & n4, signed long int & n5) { signed long int number, numeral; numeral = input(); number = numeral; n1 = number % 10; number /= 10; n2 = number % 10; number /= 10; n3 = number % 10; number /= 10; n4 = number % 10; number /= 10; n5 = number % 10; number /= 10; if (numeral > 99999 || numeral < 1) { n1 = 0; n2 = 0; n3 = 0; n4 = 0; n5 = 0; cout<<"Error. This program can only calculate numbers between 1 and 99999.\n"<<endl; } } int main() { for(;;) { signed long int m1, m2, m3, m4, m5, array[5]; int firsttime; string ones, tens, kai, hundreds, thousands, tenthousands; if (firsttime == 0) cout<<"This program will name any polygon based on the number of sides.\n"<<endl; checksplit(m1, m2, m3, m4, m5); array[4] = m1; array[3] = m2; array[2] = m3; array[1] = m4; array[0] = m5; if (array[4] == 1) { if (array[3] == 1) ones = "hen"; else ones = "hena"; if (array[3] == 0 && array[2] == 0 && array[1] == 0 && array[0] == 0) ones = "mono"; } if (array[4] == 2) { if (array[3] == 1) ones = "do"; else ones = "di"; } if (array[4] == 3) { if (array[3] == 1) ones = "tris"; else ones = "tri"; } if (array[4] == 4) ones = "tetra"; if (array[4] == 5) ones = "penta"; if (array[4] == 6) ones = "hexa"; if (array[4] == 7) ones = "hepta"; if (array[4] == 8) ones = "octa"; if (array[4] == 9) { if (array[3] == 0 && array[2] == 0 && array[1] == 0 && array[0] == 0) ones = "nona"; else ones = "ennea"; } if (array[4] == 0) ones = ""; if (array[3] == 1) tens = "deca"; if (array[3] == 2) { if (array[4] == 0) tens = "icosa"; else tens = "icosi"; } if (array[3] == 3) tens = "triaconta"; if (array[3] == 4) tens = "tetraconta"; if (array[3] == 5) tens = "pentaconta"; if (array[3] == 6) tens = "hexaconta"; if (array[3] == 7) tens = "septaconta"; if (array[3] == 8) tens = "octaconta"; if (array[3] == 9) tens = "enneaconta"; if (array[3] == 0) tens = ""; if (array[2] == 1) hundreds = "hecto"; if (array[2] == 2) hundreds = "dihecto"; if (array[2] == 3) hundreds = "trihecto"; if (array[2] == 4) hundreds = "tetrahecto"; if (array[2] == 5) hundreds = "pentahecto"; if (array[2] == 6) hundreds = "hexahecto"; if (array[2] == 7) hundreds = "heptahecto"; if (array[2] == 8) hundreds = "octahecto"; if (array[2] == 9) hundreds = "enneahecto"; if (array[2] == 0) hundreds = ""; if (array[1] == 1) thousands = "chilia"; if (array[1] == 2) thousands = "dichilia"; if (array[1] == 3) thousands = "trichilia"; if (array[1] == 4) thousands = "tetrachilia"; if (array[1] == 5) thousands = "pentachilia"; if (array[1] == 6) thousands = "hexachilia"; if (array[1] == 7) thousands = "heptachilia"; if (array[1] == 8) thousands = "octachilia"; if (array[1] == 9) thousands = "enneachilia"; if (array[1] == 0) thousands = ""; if (array[0] == 1) tenthousands = "myria"; if (array[0] == 2) tenthousands = "dimyria"; if (array[0] == 3) tenthousands = "trimyria"; if (array[0] == 4) tenthousands = "tetramyria"; if (array[0] == 5) tenthousands = "pentamyria"; if (array[0] == 6) tenthousands = "hexamyria"; if (array[0] == 7) tenthousands = "heptamyria"; if (array[0] == 8) tenthousands = "octamyria"; if (array[0] == 9) tenthousands = "enniamyria"; if (array[0] == 0) tenthousands = ""; if (array[4] != 0 && ((array[3] >= 1 && array[4] >= 3) || array[3] >= 2)) kai = "kai"; else kai = ""; if (array[4] > 2 && array[4] < 5 && array[3] == 0 && array[2] == 0 && array[1] == 0 && array[0] == 0) { if (array[4] == 3) cout<<"triangle / trigon\n"<<endl; if (array[4] == 4) cout<<"quadrilateral / tetragon\n"<<endl; } else if (array[0] + array[1] + array[2] + array[3] + array[4] != 0) { cout<<tenthousands<<thousands<<hundreds; if (array[3] == 1) cout<<ones<<kai<<tens<<"gon\n"<<endl; else cout<<tens<<kai<<ones<<"gon\n"<<endl; } system("pause"); firsttime = 1; cout<<"\n"; } }`

I was trying to search the tags on the pages, and I saw the word "tags" at the bottom of the ti 83 homepage, so I clicked it and typed into what I thought was a searchbox "illegal nest" as my keyword. I turned out that it saved THAT tag to the homepage. Sorry, could you correct it?

]]>` ``#include<iostream> using namespace std; int main(int o, int c) { cout<<"The Hailstone Sequence"<<endl; for( ; ; ) { cout<<"Pick any number. " <<endl; cin>> o; cin.ignore(); cout<<"Your number is: "<< o <<endl; cout<<"The sequence generated will be displayed below."<<endl; // Code to go through the "hailstone sequence" c = 0; while ((o/2 >= 1) and ((o * 3)+1 >= 1)) { if (o % 2 == 0) { o = o/2; cout<<" "<<o; c = c+1; if (c % 7 == 0) { cout<<""<<"\n"; } if (o == 1) break; } if (o % 2 != 0) { o = (o * 3)+1; cout<<" "<<o; c = c+1; if (c % 7 == 0) { cout<<""<<"\n"; } if (o == 1) break; } } cout<<endl<<"The sequence produced the following amount of numbers: "<<c<<endl; system("pause"); } }`

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I was thinking maybe we could port or download this for use on a plain html page or offline, because not all PCs I use can access cemetech or even the Internet.

I've tried it online, works great. Tried it offline, got stuck at loading a ROM. What do you all think?

]]>As it is on my wikia, before I changed to a private server —-

[*TOP MENU #A] [*TOP MENU #B] [*TOP MENU #C]

[*MENU #A L1 Menu 1] [*MENU #A L1 Menu 2] [*MENU #A L1 Menu 3]

[*Menu 1 drop down]

[*Menu 1 drop down]

[*Menu 1 drop down]

[*Menu 1 drop down]

So that each of these second level horizontal menus have drop downs on hover. I can not work the code to create the second level horizontal menus.

The second design is::

[*TOP MENU A] [*TOP MENU #B] [*TOP MENU #C]

[*MENU A L1 drop down]

[*MENU A L1 drop down]

[*MENU A L1 drop down] > [*L2 drop down]

My current coding is below. Both levels of the menu show up, but when I move to hover over the second level menu, it disappears. I can't get the code to stretch the width of the first menu so that it stays active as my mouse hovers over it.

` ``#top-bar {bottom:0; height:33px; display:block; left:0; position:absolute; width:100%; z-index:2; font-size:16px;} #top-bar ul {float:left; padding:0; height: 20px; margin:0;} #top-bar ul li {background:none; display:inline; padding:0 5px 0; margin:0; position:relative;} #top-bar ul li a {color:#fff; padding:9px 16px 6px; -webkit-border-radius:7px; -moz-border-radius:7px; border-radius:7px; text-shadow:#1D2C2C 0 1px 0;} #top-bar ul li a:hover, #top-bar ul li a.current-link {color:#334D4D; text-shadow:none;} #top-bar ul li a:hover, #top-bar ul li.sfhover a {background:none; text-decoration:none;} #top-bar ul li ul {color:#fff; visibility:hidden; opacity:0; font-face:times; font-size:10px; left:10px; line-height:1.8em; padding:0; position:absolute; z-index:100; width:200px; background-color:#1D2C2C; height:auto; border:none; -webkit-border-radius:2px; -moz-border-radius:2px; border-radius:2px; -webkit-box-shadow:0 1px 4px rgba(0,0,0,0.5); -moz-box-shadow:0 1px 4px rgba(0,0,0,0.5); box-shadow:0 1px 4px rgba(0,0,0,0.5); -webkit-transition:all 400ms ease-out; -moz-transition:all 400ms ease-out;} #top-bar ul li:hover ul {display:inline-block; opacity:1;} #top-bar ul li ul li {padding:0 5px; background:none; border:none; display:inline-block; width:auto;} #top-bar ul li ul li a {background:none; padding:5px; text-transform:none;} #top-bar ul li ul li a:hover, #top-bar ul li.sfhover ul li a {-webkit-box-shadow:none; -moz-box-shadow:none; box-shadow:none;} #top-bar ul li ul li ul {position:absolute; left:200px; top:0; opacity:0 !important; visibility:hidden;} #top-bar ul li ul li:hover ul {opacity:1 !important; visibility:visible;}`

I would prefer to use the first design from wikia. But I'll take whatever anyone can give me advice on.

]]>Given a text file such as this:

S D HR # T %

S T # D %

S D # HR %

S HR # S T HR %

D D HR # T D %

T D HR # T S %

S D # D S S %

D D # S S S S %

S S S T # S S %

0

Which represents a baseball game, a line per inning, where player runs are given as S (single), D (double), T (triple), HR (home run), team visitor's data ends with a "#", and team home's data ends with a "%", evaluate the scores for the game. When a player hits a run, and his teammates are already on bases, they are all pushed the number of bases he got. i. e. when 1 player is on 3rd, and a single is hit, then there will be a player on 4th, and a player on first. Assume no stealing bases, and they all get moved up exactly in this manner.

Correct output for the input above is:

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R

VISITOR 3 1 0 2 3 3 0 1 3 16

HOME 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 1 0 8

So, how would you have done it? If in another language, still try it, and don't focus on the I/O.

]]>I just downloaded the emulator called WabbitEmu for the 2.55 TI-84 Plus SE. I don't really know how to use this… I wanted to make a video of the code of a program I made and share it with a friend of mine on Facebook.

First, is there a way to make the calculator show it's buttons? I had to write down every single button and its corresponding button on my keyboard. I would like to use the mouse and click buttons on the virtual calculator, but I don't know how to do this.

If this is impossible is there a different emulator that anyone could recommend? All I know is how to code BASIC, I don't know a lot about emulation, assembly and other complex things like that.

Help please!

-L1k3awh15p3r

]]>so i have a question about java. its about when you need to do the same thing to multiple variables with similar names. how would i reach each variable in a loop format?

thanks!!

-Silver Phantom

1. Does anyone know of a good converter?

2. Does anyone know of any converter at all?

3. Could anyone help me convert it to C++ if there are no converters?

I'm not going to bother everyone with the text just yet, as there is a lot of it (8 files), but if you need it, I don't mind posting.

-skwerlman

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