MathPrint renderer for program output
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Posts in the discussion thread "MathPrint renderer for program output" - This explains an idea I had for a program used to display the output of a calculation-based program in MathPrint, even if the calculator does not support MathPrint.Thu, 18 Jul 2024 06:58:29 +0000http://tibasicdev.wikidot.com/forum/t-7543589#post-3988253Re: MathPrint renderer for program output
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Thu, 20 Sep 2018 17:07:57 +0000Deoxal4178723
"Extending the bracket height". I assume you mean change the dimensions. You can use {R,C->dim([A] and it won't erase any of your previous data so long as each R and C are at least the size of the previous row and column of the matrix respectively.
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http://tibasicdev.wikidot.com/forum/t-7543589#post-3975426MathPrint renderer for program output
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Tue, 18 Sep 2018 22:40:27 +0000CloudVariable4590504
Recently, something finally occurred to me when I was looking for ideas for my next “big project”. I realized that something that I had never seen before, and yet feasibly possible, was a graphics program for displaying MathPrint equations on the graph screen. So far, I have come up with 2 algorithms (using text commands for the main text and numbers, and Pxl commands for simple touching up) for doing this. One is the summation notation, which I can now display at any given row and column within the graph screen. Another is a matrix/vector bracket that can fit 2 rows of a matrix or 2 elements of a column vector. My next step is to optimize the algorithms such that I can input the amount of rows in this matrix (or vector) as a number n and have it be able to extend the bracket height such that I could snugly fit n rows of numbers inside of it. Does anybody know a good way to do this? Once I figure out this one thing, I can finish up the rest within a few weeks and give a download link to the program here. It will have documentation so that all you will have to do is input the non-MathPrint equation as a string as well as a few other style/redirect information variables and excecute the program and it should do the rest. This is being programmed on a TI-84 Plus CE, but once I figure this part out I can easily translate the code to support earlier calculators.
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