I know there are ways to invert the graph screen through pxl-changing, however, is there a way to do this with assembly so that it's faster? I know thee are ways to invert the screen by placing the homescreen stuff on the graphscreen, but the problem at hand is that I'm recalling a picture and want it to be flashing. Thanks
I found it here. Research before posting.
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Thanks! I researched it before, but when I used this exact hex code, it didn't do the desired result. However, it works now. Thanks
Well, if it didnt work, you must have typed it in incorrect. In Basic this wouldnt be a problem, because it cannot happen something bad.
In Assembler however, if you do a typo, you are lucky, when you cause a syntax error. When you dont cause an syntax error, the assembler program will still execute and then you dont know what it did. In worst case, you can damage something of the calculator with Assembler, so always check twice for typos. Just saying ;)
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