I am having an error when I am editing a program within TI connect CE. When I create the program on connect and try to square a variable, there is an error once I transfer it to a 84+ calculator and run the program. I was wondering if it has something to do with it being an 84+ and not a CE?
Date: 14 Sep 2016 19:42
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I suggest using the ^ symbol, since trying to use a 2 superscript imported from another program might not work correctly on the calculator (character encoding). The 2 superscript which does work is in the catalog (scroll down until the end and then scroll 1 screen up).
Try those options, reply if they don't work :)
Try to use the "²" when possible since it takes one less byte than "^2" You can find this symbol in the character index under "Keypad" in TI Connect CE. Double click on an item to add it to your program.
Thanks for the replies. I have been using the superscript 2 from the catalog under keypad. When I transfer the program over, I can't even get my cursor to go over the "2" so I can try to delete it. I wonder if it has to do with it being an older operating system of the 84+?
I don't think it will matter for the 2 token, but it might help to select the appropriate calculator model from the drop-down menu (where it says "TI-84 Plus CE" in the picture).