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Ha ha cool. xD


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Funny scantron meme by terminator21112terminator21112, 23 May 2019 18:52

Well, I once fixed a RAM problem on my 84+ CE. I just had to open it up to reconnect a wire that came loose. It worked just as I had figured, but the thing that still confuses me is why the calculator could even work without it. It somehow had enough diagnostics to shunt all operations to the working part of the RAM. I didn't even notice until I saw that my memory was about half as small as it was, even after I completely backed it up and wiped it. After I fixed it, it came back.

This was posted in regards to an 84+ CE, but I believe it applies to all of the 84 series calculators. I also wouldn't be surprised if the nSpire series were made similarly, as I found a few posts on r/calculators that said the memory was not expandable.

Is it possible to increase the ram on the TI-84+ CE?

The link I have added "pengels. bplaced. net / index . php / tiedit"
is the same as yours, but because I was not allowed to post links
i had to ad spaces.

Yes, I know. I was linking it for you.

It's unfortunate that it won't work with 89p files. 89p is mentioned on his website so I thought it would work.


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There is no invitations on this site, as it is a public site. If they want to join, they just need to click "sign in" and create a wikidot account.

Re: How do i invite someone by TrenlyTrenly, 22 May 2019 21:49

The link I have added "pengels. bplaced. net / index . php / tiedit"
is the same as yours, but because I was not allowed to post links
i had to ad spaces.

The other website you mentioned cannot, unfortunately, convert 89p files.
TIEdit works fine now, so I stick to that.

Thanks for your info.
Greetings from Holland.
HermanD

The source is an exe. Suspicious to say the least.

Here's the link btw. Hopefully you get more karma bars soon. If you keep posting you should get one bar after a few months.

You might also try this.


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I pasted what you have here into TI Connect, saved the file, and sent it to my calculator. It's treating R2 as the statistics variable, not R*R. Unfortunately, I can't find what the R2 variable is. It's not on the Stats page and I can't find another page referencing what it does.

In TIC there is an R2 token you can paste from the syntax reference and a separate token that is 2 by itself. Both superscripts are just ASCII 0xB2 so when TIC assembles the program it has no way of knowing if you meant the stats variable or R*R so it just assumes the former.

If you type this program out on your calculator, send it to your PC, open it TIC, save it without editing anything you will "corrupt" the program.

To fix this you should, use a variable besides R, type R^2 into TIC, or write code on the calculator. Okay maybe not the last one. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)


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Re: Error: Undifined by DeoxalDeoxal, 22 May 2019 19:55

Does anyone know of a way to hand install hardware onto a ti 84 plus or ti nSpire CX CAS t oexpand its memory space?

How do i invite someone to ti basic developer?

By coincidence i found the solution.
at website pengels. bplaced. net / index . php / tiedit
omit spaces.
The program TIEdit has "Tokens89" that recognizes TI-89 files.
I can now edit print and a lot more (not tryed everything).
Other program that i tryed only know Ti-83 Ti-84 files.
So problem solved with the program that i needed.

Thanks for help.
Regards
HermanD

Thanks :)


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Re: Images by Bio_Hazard1282_rPi3Bio_Hazard1282_rPi3, 22 May 2019 17:19

I'm making a simple program for Statistics class, but I have run into a problem. Whenever I run this bit, it returns an undefined error on the / of R²/Q.
I never put in 0 as an input in Q.
(TI-84+)

Input "x₁=",V
Input "σ₁=",U
Input "n₁=",T
Input "x₂=",S
Input "σ₂=",R
Input "n₂=",Q
Input "c=",P
invNorm(P,0,1)→W
W√((U²/T)+(R²/Q))→E
Disp V-S-E," <µ₁-µ₂<",V-S+E
Stop

(the x's are x bars)

Error: Undifined by tman46828tman46828, 22 May 2019 17:10
Re: Images
TrenlyTrenly 22 May 2019 16:41
in discussion General Discussion / Open Topic » Images

1) snake.gif; Probably from one of the many snake games available
2) dstar.gif; From the game "DStar"
3) dttwc.gif; From the game "Dont touch the wrong color" as it says in the beginning gif
4) groundassault.gif; From the game "Ground assault" as it says in the beginning of the gif
5) loderunner.gif; From the game "Lode Runner" as it says in the beginning of the gif

I linked to the ones I could find.

Re: Images by TrenlyTrenly, 22 May 2019 16:41

Do any of you know the names of some of these files given the .gif images? Some of these look interesting to try out.

  • snake.gif
  • dstar.gif
  • dttc.gif
  • groundassault.gif
  • loderunner.gif

Some of these just take me to this link: http://tibasicdev.wikidot.com/archives


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Images by Bio_Hazard1282_rPi3Bio_Hazard1282_rPi3, 22 May 2019 15:04

[n] and [|d] correspond to the recursive n token used for sequence graphing and the Statistics variable d respectively. These are how SourceCoder, an online TI-Basic IDE on Cemetech, represents the tokens so they can be typed easily. The effect is that the word "2nd" looks a bit italicized, but replacing the text with "2nd" or "2ND" shoudl have no bearing on output.


The solution to a complex problem is often a simple answer.

Re: Need Help With programming by kg583kg583, 22 May 2019 15:02

It looks like they are telling the user to press [2ND] to dig.


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In the program that i am programming I came across a line of code that looked like this

Text(5,58,"2[n][|d] TO DIG"

what is the [n] and the [|d] i have a feeling they will come up again so what do i put for them?

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