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Is it too late to say don't let size fool you?

Re: HI I'M NEW by MisfireMisfire, 19 Oct 2018 01:22

I shall :)

Re: HI I'M NEW by the_elferthe_elfer, 19 Oct 2018 00:47

Thank you! This seems like a really nice community so far

Re: HI I'M NEW by the_elferthe_elfer, 19 Oct 2018 00:47

It's a group of images set to sound, usually animators make them from storyboards to plan out what they are gonna animate, it won't let me post links yet but if you look up "Mulan Animatics" it gives a pretty good example

Re: HI I'M NEW by the_elferthe_elfer, 19 Oct 2018 00:47

Welcome to the TI Dev sir, Enjoy thy stay :)

Re: HI I'M NEW by MisfireMisfire, 18 Oct 2018 23:23

Quick question, are you using assembly to make the OS or C?

Re: Community Project Anyone? by MisfireMisfire, 18 Oct 2018 23:13

Welcome to TI|BD, the_elferthe_elfer!

We've had a large influx of new people recently, so I am happy to see the list growing! Please be sure to check out our Site Rules and Editing Guidelines about contributing to the site and forums. If you're interested in learning more about TI-Basic, I implore you to check out our Starter Kit and the many programs we have in our Archives and Program Showcases. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.

Happy coding!

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

Re: HI I'M NEW by kg583kg583, 18 Oct 2018 22:50

Ha! That’s exactly what I just did, and that’s why I just checked the thread and saw this. Thanks for trying it though. I actually just managed to write and successfully run a working algorithm for predicting the next random number generated if given the seed (usually 0) and the previous random number output, I will post it soon.

Always glad to have new people on the forum. I'm interested in what you mean by animatics, the first result in Google was for DC motors.


Re: HI I'M NEW by DeoxalDeoxal, 18 Oct 2018 21:32

Obviously there isn't actually multiple outputs for a single inputs, but the rand command's algorithm, has a cyclical nature that causes it jump up and down for inputs close together, but trend downwards for certain ranges of inputs, thus giving it the appearance of a saw tooth wave. I zoomed in on what you did here using lists and stat plot type 2 and it looks like this and this


Re: The random seed function by DeoxalDeoxal, 18 Oct 2018 21:26

Hi! People online usually just call me elfer. I'm from Arkansas, I'm currently in school at the moment, my hobbies include studying art/listening to music, I hope to work in filmmaking in the future. I haven't really programmed before in all honestly, I've mainly worked in design for my friends. I've been working on one idea for making animatics as a cheaper solution to just somehow converting a whole video. I hope to be able to help folks around here/learn at least a small bit about coding myself!

HI I'M NEW by the_elferthe_elfer, 18 Oct 2018 21:24

Mathprint is a feature that displays mathematical expressions how you would expect to see them in a research paper. For instance, if you type 2^8 into your calculator in classic mode you will see 2^8, but if you do that in Mathprint mode, you will see 28. Most if not all of the commands are well documented here on the site, so please search for your question before posting in the forums. If the wiki page didn't help or you think something was missing, feel free make post. Cheers (;


What does this code even do?

Re: Optimizations? by RedstoneCyborgRedstoneCyborg, 18 Oct 2018 19:42

I tried out both of them and can't seem to figure out the difference. Please help.

Sorry to keep bugging you. But it would be appreciated to put it out not in a gif but a text so that I can read it because the gif is hard to read when you go to fix the code
Thanks and sorry for bugging you

Re: Help plz 2 by MagikarpgmMagikarpgm, 18 Oct 2018 17:20

I have improved my program. But it only works on the OS that has the toString( function.

While 1

My latest coding project involves neural networks, and I was trying to visualize my output using an algorithm that uses random numbers. In the process, I wondered what the graph output would be of a random number seed vs the first random number generated. Here a basic code which stores the x value to the seed, and then plots a point (x,10rand). The graph appears to oscillate similar to a sawtooth wave, but isn’t really a function because it appears there is more than one y value for every x value. I am still trying to figure out why, but they seem to be in phase. Anybody have any light to shed on this?
This is meant to be run with a window range of Xmin=0, Xmax=1000, Xscl=1, Ymin=-10, Yscl=1, Ymax=10.

The random seed function by CloudVariableCloudVariable, 18 Oct 2018 16:24
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