Now that it has been realised that it is possible (even though it is dangerous) to program in assembly using hexadecimal codes, where does one find the hexadecimal codes to program?
It has been stated that TI-Basic programs can't be automatically converted (properly) into assembly programs, but is there a manual human way of doing it using these hexadecimal codes? Could we convert our own basic programs into assembly on the calculator without the need of a computer?
This would be ideal.
Also, is it as easy to do as typing the TI-Basic syntax and replacing each code/variable/whatever with its hexadecimal equivalent?
Edit: Oi! Jonathan King! In Australia (and Britain) we spell "realised" with an "s" — not a "z"… don't go unAustralianising my comments!