O.k., I was looking over the token tables and realized that the 83 series don't have time commands like the 84 series does, so I had a cool idea. I made a program on the Ti-84 with the "startTmr" function in it. Then I transferred it to a ti-83, I found out that instead of startTmr, it showed a question mark and then the degree symbol.
I then looked back at the token table and realized that it took 7E as 00 or the question mark and 0B as the degree symbol.
Since the startTmr function is the hex equivalent of 7E0B, it turned out that way.
Now we don't have to use an assembly program to see if its 84 or 83.
My next quest…
to SE or not to SE that is the question.
P.S. for those of you who are horrible readers and never picked up romeo and juliet, the summary was a rip-off from romeo and juliet when juliet said, "A rose by any other name would still smell as sweet"
I'm pretty sure the last rip-off was self explanatory.