I'm making a BASIC 'shell' for my calc so I can finally delete MirageOS and save some space. Using Ptools I was able to make the brunt of it, and it's pretty good. However, it uses a lot of variables - Almost all of A-Z, Str0 through Str3, and Pic1 and Pic0. I started looking over ticalc.org and this site for assembly solutions - for extra variables. I found Xtra and Xtravar Beta. However, even after reading their readmes 50 times each, I still have no idea how to use them. As far as I understand, after using them, something will be stored into Ans, but I don't know how to go on from there. Any help?
Maybe try looking on ticalc.org to see if you can find any programs that use those libraries. I know Z/Xeda made Xtra, so hopefully they'll respond to this topic when they see it.
Hi, sorry for being so late to respond, mrmprog actually let me know about this XD
Here is a screenie of how to do it:
To get the Rcl thing to work, use [2nd][Sto>] then [2nd][(-)] to get Ans. Because Str11 doesn't have a real name, a weird name is given to it. It also won't appear correctly if you recall it on the homescreen. I hope this helped!
47%? Take a look and try to imagine how cool 100% will be. This has won zContest 2011 and made news on TICalc. This compromise between Assembly and BASIC parses like BASIC and is fast like assembly. Grammer 2