Hi i was looking for a program that would allow me to save more than just 10 images onto my TI 84 Plus C graphing calculator for a project that I am doing that involves many different projects. Any help would be appreciated.
Date: 14 Jul 2014 02:48
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Ummmmm…do the images take up the entire screen? Because I can't help you with more than 10 "whole" images. Maybe write a routine that takes values from a list and draws certain pixels some places based on their value? If that's what you want, I can code something up for you.
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Numerous assembly libraries have been written (such as Custon pics, Xtra, Picture Manager, XtraVar Beta, etc. found at out TIBD's own asmlibs page)…
however, none that I can recall have been written for the Color edition…
They should be relatively easy to port to color for an asm coder, so this is a nudge for Xeda to port Xtra2. If she comes by here, she can probably help you.
I don't have a CSE on which to test, but I hope this port of Xtra will work:
It's an assembly opcode, so be careful to type it in correctly!
Once you have it on your calc, run the following on the homescreen:
Assuming not much has changed, it should say Pic9. Change that first number to (almost) anything from 0 to 255 and the names can be used for the arguments of RecallPic and StorePic. Remember though that the OS doesn't have real names for the hacked vars, so it just uses names of other variables which can get confusing (like a picture named Str8).
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Here is a program for the TI-84+CSE calculator. http://www.cemetech.net/programs/index.php?mode=file&id=910