So currently I have been using TI Program editor which is really good for what it is, but I was wondering if anyone knows an editor that supports something like auto-indenting if statements or the ability to collapse them because my program is going to turn into a huge mess without organization like that. Thanks in advance (I also think this is where I'd ask something like that)
I developed the BASIC programs in TI ProgramEditor too, but this IDE is the most horrible I have ever used: no syntax highlighting, no real debugger (when you optimize it won't work), and it hasn't a simulator onboard.
When working with many loops, I recommend you writing the "End" directly after the condition and continue then with the commands, otherwise you're program will break and you will spend hours searching for the issue. Then you should copy and paste your program to programs like WordPad and press tab after every condition and/or mark the conditions and ends end, allowing you to find the problem.
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Yea I always make the ends right when I make some sort of loop/conditional statements and I put new lines to separate major pieces but it still is pretty hard to read. Someone just needs to make an ide where it ignores tab characters like comments and has nice syntax highlighting and all that. But oh well thanks for the advice.
Yeah, no I don't believe there is one of those yet…I suspect that they'll happen eventually, but so far no one's gone to the trouble to make an actually good TI-BASIC IDE.