I wrote a program that plays snake on my calculator and wanted to ask for advice/input on how to optimize it, especially for speed. However, I ran into the issue that I don't know how to import my code from the calculator to the computer, and considering it's almost a kilobyte, I don't want to go through and manually transcribe 100+ lines of code. I was wondering if there was any way for me to do that, or if I would need to bite the bullet and take a night to write out the whole program by hand.
Date: 13 Apr 2016 00:36
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If you're on a TI-83 or 83+, you'll need one of TI's link cables. If an 84+/SE/CSE/CE, use a USB A to mini-B (remember those?) and just connect it to your computer. In either case, you'll need to download TI-Connect from here. Then you can either copy and paste the output it gives you, or move the file onto your computer and use Cemetech's free tool SourceCoder (which also allows editing of TI-BASIC programs) to generate an ASCII representation.
If you're on a TI-89 or something, I don't know what the procedure is.
Or, if you choose to download the .8xp to your computer, you can also use TokenIDE as a free downloadable program if you do not like Cemetech's Source Coder
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