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…that there are 256 picture variables built-in to the TI-83+ calculator, even though the calculator only shows 10 picture variables?

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Piecewise expressions are a shortcut to handling conditions in math statements.

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The binomcdf( command calculates the binomial cumulative probability, either at a single value or for all values. This command can be used to replace seq( when used with cumSum(.

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Welcome to the TI-83 section of TI-Basic Developer (TI|BD)! This section of the site covers how to make TI-Basic programs for the TI-83, TI-83+, TI-83+ Silver Edition (SE), TI-84+, and TI-84+ Silver Edition calculators (often abbreviated as TI-83/84/+/SE). After going through all of the TI-83 information, the reader should be a competent TI-83 Basic programmer.

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We've tried to create a broad base of TI-Basic information. This ensures that most readers will hopefully be able to learn something from this site. Experimentation is encouraged to fully digest all of the information.

Please use our search engine to find what you desire, or refer to the sitemap.

Each reader can read the information in whatever order they desire. For the average reader, though, the suggested approach is to just start from the beginning and read until the end. The information is presented in a sequential order, with the concepts and code getting increasingly more complex as you get further into it. You might also look at the page Using This Guide, which outlines another suggested reading order.

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TI|BD is constantly changing through the efforts of its members. Here are the most recent significant edits that have been made. For the complete documentation of the history, see News Depository.

Sep 19 A chatbox has been added to the forums. If you need help, simply enter a nickname and ask your question.
Apr 14 Members can now discuss TI-Basic on the #tibasicdev IRC channel on EFnet.
Apr 10 After years of development by TI-BD members, the TI-Basic Starter Kit has been completed.
Nov 8 Due to the release of the TI-84+CSE and TI-84+CE calculators, new commands have been added to the Command Index.
Nov 1 The homepage screenshots now link to their respective programs on TI-BASIC Developer.

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