These problems include:

- Wrong TI-Connect
- Connectivity Error
- 'Failure to Send' Errors
- Syntax Error
- Invalid Error
- Memory Error
- Need LibLoad Error
- Outdated Library Error
- ReadMe Error
- And too many more to post here, please check the description of the videos to get a time-stamp of your errors location.

Didn't help? Just post a comment on the video and I'll help you as best I can!

]]>Of course I know this can't be done like this.

I should turn these words into a number and store that into the list, but after quite a bit of googling, I couldn't find an answer as to how I would go about doing this.

Maybe you guys know a solution? ]]>

What does the value mean/physical location? ]]>

What do I do?

]]>`0->@`

How do I do it?

Edit: Sorry, I meant to post in Forum » General Discussion / Tech Support.

]]>I want to be able to convert the string to a number, which outputs 1 ]]>

Light a man a fire, and you can keep him warm for a day.

But,

Light a man ON fire, and you keep him warm for the rest of his life.

]]>Is there any table reference on this site that shows every programmable hexadecimal code, or a table that show what every hex means and what it can do? I'd like to make my own code instead of this sites hexcodes . Or is there not one? ]]>

` ``like this: [title1] title2 title3 [1:]choice1 2:choice2 3:choice3`

anything in brackets is highlighted

so how do I make a menu that looks like a catalog menu such as pressing [math]? ]]>

I am creating a program called WATERRUN, and this is what it will look like in the background;

*You are a Pioneer and your parents ask you to get some buckets of water from a river nearby. You do as they ask, and head to the river. You have to be careful on the way and back, because there is sharp rocks, thorns, tumbleweeds, snakes, scorpions, and many other things! Sometimes, you may trip and lose your water (You will only trip unless you step on thorns, get stung, step on a snake, or some other condition)! You would have to go back to the river. You have to do it as quick as possible, so you don't make your parents upset.*

I would want to upload the code, but,

- I don't know how to
- And, I have ADHD, and I get nervous and jittery when I constantly have to look at my calculator then the computer, over and over again.

Im working on a ti 84 plus ce t

Heres the code:

` ``0~X 144~Y Lbl AA randInt(-1,1)+Y~Y If Y>164 Y-3~Y 164~Z Repeat Z=Y Pxl-On(Z,X,BROWN Z-1~Z End X+1~X Goto AA`

Here is the code:

Sorry, it may be confusing, this is how it is supposed to be

` ``Disp "What's your","Zodiac sign? Input "BirthYear(",Y ClrHome "Invalid Year! //This message here is stored in Ans if Y<1959 or Y>2018, our current year. If max(Y={2008,1996,1984,1972,1960 "Rat If max(Y={2009,1997,1985,1973,1961 "Ox If max(Y={2010,1998,1986,1974,1963 "Tiger If max(Y={2011,1999,1987,1975,1963 "Rabbit If max(Y={2012,2000,1988,1976,1964 "Dragon If max(Y={2013,2001,1989,1977,1965 "Snake If max(Y={2014,2002,1990,1978,1966 "Horse If max(Y={2015,2003,1991,1979,1967 "Goat If max(Y={2016,2004,1992,1980,1968 "Monkey If max(Y={2017,2005,1993,1981,1969 "Rooster If max(Y={2018,2006,1994,1982,1970 "Dog //2018 is the year of the Dog. If max(Y={2007,1995,1983,1971,1959 "Pig Ans`

I'm not sure if I typed it out correctly, I am kind of jittery, so please excuse my mistakes and correct them if you would like to do so.

Is there any other programs of this, or is it unique?

Should I delete things? Or no?

I based my data from of this image:

Compatible for any graphing calculator; TI-82 Titanium

For any year *1959-2018.*

All comments are appreciated. ]]>

Define efieldui()=

Prgm

:Local morecharge,i

:charge:={}

:chargeloc:={}

:morecharge:=true

:i:=0

:While morecharge

:Request "Enter Charge(C): ",charge[i] <--INDEX OUT OF BOUND

:Request "Enter Location: ([ [_{ ] [} ] [,, ]])",chargeloc[i] <- HERE IS THE ERROR:

:Request "Is that all the charge? (1 or 0)",morecharge

:i:=i+1

:EndWhile

:Local calculation,location,efield

:efield:=[[0][0][0]]

:calculation:=true

:i:=0

:While calculation

:Request "Enter location of E (Vector) : ",location

:While i<dim(charge)

:efield:=efield+efield(charge[i],chargeloc[i],location)

:EndWhile

:EndWhile

:EndPrgm

So in summary, I need help with inserting new element to a list on TI Nspire.

]]>At this point I think the io port is bad and wondered what the chance of replacing it is. Could it be as simple re soldering the port to the board?

]]>Char: **⸤**

Example: ⸤GAME

No more silly ∟ and ⌊!

And a new negative sign! ־A

^⸤־

]]>I typed it in correctly, but got this. As soon as I pressed 1, it crashed. ]]>

19 | 29 | 39 | |
---|---|---|---|

35 | 1 | 2 | 3 |

45 | 4 | 5 | 6 |

55 | 7 | 8 | 9 |

Such that 1 would return an H of 19 and V of 35, 6 would return H=39 V=45, etcetera

` ``C/3 If Ans≤1:19→H If Ans≤2:29→H If Ans≤3:39→H If sum(C={1,4,7 35→V If sum(C={2,5,8 45→V If sum(C={3,6,9 55→V Text(⁻1,H,V,"X`

:1.1→B

:{4Ans→A

:ClrHome

:For(A,1,E2

:randInt(1,16)+.1randInt(1,8→C

:Repeat C=Ans(1

:A→dim(⌊A

:⌊A(1

:Output(10fPart(Ans),int(Ans),"O

:Output(10fPart(B),int(B)," // 1 space

:Output(10fPart(C),int(C),"*

:getKey

:If Ans=45

:Goto 0

:If Ans=34 or 2>abs(Ans-25

:Ans→K

:⌊A(A→B

:⌊A(1)+(K=26)-(K=24)+.1((K=34)-(K=25

:If max(LA=Ans

:Goto 0

:Ans+16(not(int(Ans))-(17=int(Ans)))+.8(not(fPart(Ans))-(.9=fPart(Ans

:augment({Ans},⌊A→A

:End

:End

:Lbl 0

:ClrHome

:A

the bolded line is what im having an issue with.. any help?

]]>` ``Clear Entries ClrHome 0→X 0→Y 5→L AxesOff ZStandard ZInteger 30→H 500→P Lbl 0 ClrDraw For(I,1,50 If X=0:1→I Text(0,0,P Pt-On(44,0,2 θ→Y Pt-On(X,Y,3 If X>0 and X<46 Line(45,0,X,Y getKey→K Text(-1,28,89,"🞸 Y+(K=25)-(K=34→Y Y→θ X+(K=26)-(K=24)→X If K=21:Then Line(X,θ,X+5,θ rand(1 If X≥38 and (Y<2 and Y>-2) and X<46:P-1→P IP<1:Goto GO End ClrDraw End Text(-1,28,89,"🞸 StorePic 1 Pt-On(44,0,2 Pt-On(X,θ,3 RecallPic 1 If X>0 and X<46:Then Line(44,0,X,θ Circle(X,θ,2,{i rand(25 H-1→H X-L→X L+2→L If H<1:Goto GO End Goto 0 Lbl GO If P=0:Then Text(-1,28,29," //1 space ClrHome "You "+sub("Died!Win! ",1+5(H>0),5`

I also want to make the game simulation faster, since in order to make the Guardian "Aim" at you, you constantly have to use "ClrDraw".

]]>I hope i explained myself well enough, i'm not an english native, sorry for grammar

Thanks :)

]]>based on the probability given and two degrees of freedom df1 and df2.

Here is an example below

Find the upper 5% a=0.05 probability with a df1=5 and df2=10

if I use the chart (See below) I get 3.33 which is right

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

1 | 161.4 | 199.5 | 215.7 | 224.6 | 230.2 |

2 | 18.51 | 19.00 | 19.16 | 19.25 | 19.30 |

3 | 10.13 | 9.55 | 9.28 | 9.12 | 9.01 |

4 | 7.71 | 6.94 | 6.59 | 6.39 | 6.26 |

5 | 6.61 | 5.79 | 5.41 | 5.19 | 5.05 |

6 | 5.99 | 5.14 | 4.76 | 4.53 | 4.39 |

7 | 5.59 | 4.74 | 4.35 | 4.12 | 3.97 |

8 | 5.32 | 4.46 | 4.07 | 3.84 | 3.69 |

9 | 5.12 | 4.26 | 3.86 | 3.63 | 3.48 |

10 | 4.96 | 4.10 | 3.71 | 3.48 | 3.33 |

when I use Fcdf(.05,1E99,5,10) I get .9979679819 ]]>

i am trying to create a function that will use another function in mylib to do part of the calculation.

so far i have no luck.

i have a function "rot" in mylib who do the rotaion matrix.

i am trying to function that will do rotated tensor which will need function rot to be part of the calculation, rot didnt get recognized as a function but a text.

any pointer will be great.

]]>My friend Bio_Hazard1282 is my friend at my school, and is trying to teach me how to use it. Even we are having trouble to do so!

Thank you in advance!

]]>I'm new on this forum and I hope you can maybe help me.

When I transfer the programs I wrote on the pc to my TI calculator (it is an old TI-92 c:) and I try to read them the calc shows me the popup 'Internal Error' and it doesn't open the file. The problem is that I can't find anywhere what does that mean (not even on the guidebook).

The sintax of the program is ok, because if i transfer the code as a text, than i copy past in a program on the calculator it works.

Thank you in advance

]]>press [2nd] MEM

go to Reset

Reset all memort

Note: Resetting all memory resets everything ]]>

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]]>I am still trying to figure out how to block the ERR:BREAK error…

I will soon upload to archives once there is enough memory storage. I can't upload to archives, since the Ajax request continues to fail. 😞

EDIT: There needs to be at least 21.3 MB left in storage for this to be uploaded.

]]>Result: llloh

I want it to do this:

I do a randInt( between 1 and the max length of the string, but I don't want the letters repeated twice or more, just once and moved around. Anyone know how to bypass this situation? I'd really appreciate this. Thanks! ]]>

It's awesome to be a part of this community.

Just wondering, is there anything you guys call yourselves?

Thanks! ]]>

function [Q,V,R]=MSA(D)

m=D.m;n=D.n;Ni=zeros(12,12,m);S=zeros(6*n);Pf=S(:,1);Q=zeros(12,m);Qfi=Q;Ei=Q;

for i=1:m

H=D.Con(:,i);C=D.Coord(:,H(2))-D.Coord(:,H(1));e=[6*H(1)-5:6*H(1),6*H(2)-5:6*H(2)];c=D.be(i);

[a,b,L]=cart2sph(C(1),C(3),C(2));ca=cos(a);sa=sin(a);cb=cos(b);sb=sin(b);cc=cos(c);sc=sin(c);

r=[1 0 0;0 cc sc;0 -sc cc]*[cb sb 0;-sb cb 0;0 0 1]*[ca 0 sa;0 1 0;-sa 0 ca];T=kron(eye(4),r);

co=2*L*[6/L 3 2*L L];x=D.A(i)*L^2;y=D.Iy(i)*co;z=D.Iz(i)*co;g=D.G(i)*D.J(i)*L^2/D.E(i);

K1=diag([x,z(1),y(1)]);K2=[0 0 0;0 0 z(2);0 -y(2) 0];K3=diag([g,y(3),z(3)]);K4=diag([-g,y(4),z(4)]);

K=D.E(i)/L^3*[K1 K2 -K1 K2;K2' K3 -K2' K4;-K1 -K2 K1 -K2;K2' K4 -K2' K3];

w=D.w(:,i)';Qf=-L^2/12*[6*w/L 0 -w(3) w(2) 6*w/L 0 w(3) -w(2)]';Qfs=K*T*D.St(e)';

A=diag([0 -0.5 -0.5]);B(2,3)=1.5/L;B(3,2)=-1.5/L;W=diag([1,0,0]);Z=zeros(3);M=eye(12);p=4:6;q=10:12;

switch 2*H(3)+H(4)

case 0;B=2*B/3;M(:,[p,q])=[-B -B;W Z;B B;Z W];case 1;M(:,p)=[-B;W;B;A];case 2;M(:,q)=[-B;A;B;W];

end

K=M*K;Ni(:,:,i)=K*T;S(e,e)=S(e,e)+T'*Ni(:,:,i);Qfi(:,i)=M*Qf;Pf(e)=Pf(e)+T'*M*(Qf+Qfs);Ei(:,i)=e;

end

V=1-(D.Re|D.St);f=find(V);V(f)=S(f,f)\(D.Load(f)-Pf(f));R=reshape(S*V(:)+Pf,6,n);R(f)=0;V=V+D.St;

for i=1:m

Q(:,i)=Ni(:,:,i)*V(Ei(:,i))+Qfi(:,i);

end

I'd like to "translate" this code to run it on my TI-nspire CAS calculator.

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` ``1→D 0→F While D<8 F+1→F If F=19 Then 1→F D+1→D End If [A](D,F)=1 Output(D,F,"# If [A](D,F)=2 Output(D,F,"^ If [A](D,F)=3 Output(D,F,"F If [A](D,F)=4 Output(D,F," If [A](D,F)=5 Output(D,F,"Ŝ If [A](D,F)=7 Output(D,F,"# If [A](D,F)=8 Output(D,F,"^ If [A](D,F)=9 Output(D,F,"F End`

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/H2XhIGb.gif

At the end, you do something simple, and your calculator crashes.

In this clip, at the end, crashes and resets RAM over, and over and over again…

https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/H2XjGEx.gif ]]>

DONT GET TRICKED ]]>

HALP ]]>

(I once had my real calculator say "ROM Fail". After it said that, my calculator never worked like it used to again. Even with a new OS. It would still work, but when it showed a RAM cleared screen or "Press ALPHA F1 - F4 to locate shortcut menus" screen, it would clear the screen even though I press nothing.)

]]>This is the code:

` ``ClrHome Input "INPUT NUM:",N 2→D While N≥D If remainder(N,D)=0 Then Disp "AN ANSWER IS: " ,D D+1→D Else D+1→D End`

I am writing an interpreter for the TI-83 BASIC language. Anyways, I am implementing the Return and Stop commands right now, and I have a question about how they work. On the wiki, it says that if they are used within a loop, the loop will be terminated. Does this mean that the program will be terminated as well, or does it function like a break command in most other languages? From what I can see, return and stop inside of loops will also stop the program itself (provided it is not a subprogram). Is this correct?

Thank you :)

]]>Prgm

:Local g,k,fr,y0,q,b,s,yq,yw,ye,yr,em,ev,ef,sl

:g:=9.81

:k:=1

:Request "Portata Q=",q

:Request "Y0 moto indisturbato=",y0

:

:Request "Larghezza b=",b

:Request "Altezza Soglia s=",s

:fr:=((q^(2))/(g*b^(2)*y0^(3)))

:Disp "Fr^2 uniforme=",fr

:

:If fr<k Then

:Disp "Corrente Lenta, calcolo soglia"

:sl:=1-fr^(((2)/(3)))+fr^(2)-fr^(((4)/(3)))

:Disp "Soglia limite al=",sl

:

:If ((s)/(y0))>sl Then

:Disp "Soglia alta, Ym=Ycq, Ev=Em+s"

:yq:=root(((q^(2))/(g*b^(2))),3)

:ev:=y0+((q^(2))/(g*b^(2)*y0^(3)))+s

:Disp "Energia valle Ev=",ev

:yw:=nSolve(yw^(3)-yw^(2)*ev+((q^(2))/(2*g*b^(2)))=0,yw)

:Disp "Ymonte=",yq

:Disp "Yvalle=",yw

:

:ElseIf ((s)/(y0))<sl Then

:Disp "Soglia bassa, Yv=Y0v"

:em:=y0+((q^(2))/(g*b^(2)*y0^(3)))

:Disp "Energia monte Em=",em

:ye:=solve(ye^(3)-ye^(2)*em+((q^(2))/(2*g*b^(2)))=0,ye)

:Disp "Ymonte=",ye

:Disp "Yvalle=",y0

:EndIf

:ElseIf fr>k Then

:Disp "Corrente Veloce, soglia sempre bassa, no transizione c"

:ef:=y0+((q^(2))/(2*g*b^(2)*y0^(3)))+s

:Disp "Energia Cvel Evbassa=",ef

:yf:=solve(yf^(3)-yf^(2)*ef+((q^(2))/(2*g*b^(2)))=0,yf)

:

:Disp "Ym=Y0m=",y0

:Disp "Yv=",yf

:EndIf

:

:EndPrgm

This is the program i wrote. i have some problem during the resolution of the cubic equation yw:=nSolve(yw^(3)-yw^(2)*ev+((q^(2))/(2*g*b^(2)))=0,yw).

Do someone has some advices for find a solution. it'll so helpful for the Hydrodinamic exam

(I am wanting all of these in seperate labels in the prgm)

text → Hexadecimal

text → Binary

text Hexadecimal → Assembly System Code

Other funtions that relate to this

How can I do this without doing 300 If conditional checkings?

I already have the Menu's and other stuff set up, I am wanting this program to be optimized as possible, so I can upload to archives.

I appreciate your help.