I'm familiar with TI-83 basic, but I recently acquired a TI-92 v1.11 graphing calculator, was wondering how the Output command works? It doesn't seem to be the same row/column scheme that 68k uses? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. thanks!
The format is as follows: Output(x-coordinate to disply at, Y-coordinate, what to print)
For example, to output X to the upper left corner of the screen, you would say:
I hope this helps!
I think 68k doesn't need the parenthesis. Also, in 83 basic, the screen is divided into many small spaces, a character will take one space, e.g. output(2,1,"A") will print letter A at the first space on the second line. But output 2,1,"A" in 68k will print A at the first pixel of the second line of pixel