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you can always use chemetech's source coder to view the code from a .8xp file

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Re: Tic-Tac-Toe (with AI) by TrenlyTrenly, 21 Feb 2017 19:40

I want a tic tac toe game as the codes. Not the Downloads.
I DONT HAVE A USB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Re: Tic-Tac-Toe (with AI) by Ty DahlTy Dahl, 21 Feb 2017 18:18

when you post, look for a 2 boxes that say the word "code". Then, click on the left box, then input your code. example:(it will look like this: [[code]] )
input code here

and more code
Here is how you post code... by Ty DahlTy Dahl, 21 Feb 2017 18:14

If I'm not mistaken, the 84/+/CSE come pre-loaded with "Polysmlt" in the apps menu. This has a root finder, does it not?

-live the life because the life is good -vivir la vida, porque la vida es buena
-Vie la vie que la vie est bonne -quod est bonum vitae in vita
-lebe das Leben, weil das Leben ist gut -vivere la vita, perché la vita è buona

You could also use the solve( function to find the roots of a polynomial, but given the inefficiency of it, you're better off just graphing the function and finding the X-coordinates where the graph touches the X-Axis. If I were you, I would just get a link cord and TI Connect so I could download the Polynomial Root Finder from Texas Instruments. Any program that's been created will probably be just as inefficient as solve(, so I don't think they're worth your time and effort.


There might be other ones, but i have not had much success in finding them. I'm not sure if I could find it, if you can please look, it would be greatly appreciated.

I looked at what you referred me to, and that is an application created by Texas Instruments that can only be downloaded to the calculator, and would appear under "Apps" instead of "prgm". I'm afraid that I don't know how to create a program that can replicate that.


The best I can find when I google "polyroot finder ti84" is the third one down, on the site education.ti (I apparently can't post a link because I'm new). I don't need the Simultaneous Equation Solver, so don't worry about that.

Thanks for sharing this information with us.

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You could also use Source Coder to open the file if you end up finding one.

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Another way to find the roots of a polynomial on a TI-84 is to graph the function, and then find the coordinates where the graph crosses the X-Axis.


Can you provide a link to the download? I may be able to help if so.


I am trying to transfer a program on the ti-84. On the 84 there is a "pause" command. Is there an equivalent on the nspire?

Programming the nspire by Alison (guest), 18 Feb 2017 21:41

I have a TI-84 plus without a cord to plug into my computer to download programs for it. I am looking for the code that I can input into the calculator in order to have the polyroot finder on my calculator.

Polynomial root finder of ti84 by Chad Russell (guest), 18 Feb 2017 21:18

I agree with Xeda about voicing your concerns in the appropriate sub-forum if you feel that newbies are not welcomed appropriately, but IMHO some bickering is bound to happen if a comment is seen as controversial or out of line anyway.

It depends of the forum rules, though. If the rules allow comments such as Trenly's then people should expect them to happen in the first place (you can follow Xeda's advice in such case). If, however, the rules disallow such remarks and it's the targeted user that gets reprimanded instead of the remark's author, then that can be highly risky for the site, same if a sudden atmosphere shift happens (at least, based on what happened to United-TI and TI-Basic Developer in 2009 and Omnimaga in 2014).

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Re: READ THE THREAD by DJ OmnimagaDJ Omnimaga, 18 Feb 2017 06:01
Ethan (guest) 17 Feb 2017 18:55
in discussion Forum 101 / Wiki Page Discussions » Nibbles

Thanks for posting the code. I don't have a connection cable so I can't download it. I have to type it in by hand.
thank you :)

by Ethan (guest), 17 Feb 2017 18:55

So, basically, you have to change and move a number so that it is the same number and at the same place of another number constantly moving right until it hits the edge, in which case if it is is the same number and touching the number that you control… if it's confusing, I'll use a visual.

1 2
(The one on the left moves up and down and changes numbers) (the one on the right moves left until the leftmost wall is reached)

If the numbers are equal and the positions are the same, then a point is added. But, if the numbers are different or the y values aren't equal when the second number hits the scree, you lose. So I want the numbers to steadily speed up, but not get too fast. If you also have other ideas for the game, that would be nice as well.

Re: A different game loop. by NeetFrogNeetFrog, 16 Feb 2017 21:04

They still had LED calcs when I was in school. lol. I have an 86 that's 20yrs old now. I just bought a TI-89 and I love it.

Re: TI-86 series by Michael C GillMichael C Gill, 16 Feb 2017 19:59
Seeley (guest) 16 Feb 2017 18:37
in discussion General Discussion / Open Topic » Help with Portal Prelude?

Can you help me with level 35 please I am thoroughly stumped.

by Seeley (guest), 16 Feb 2017 18:37
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