I hope that's the right place to post my questions - otherwise sorry!

I decided to try some games (Robot War and Nárkemen) on a TI-82 Stats so I connected the device with my PC via TI Connect. The program won't recognize the calculator as a TI-82 but as a TI-83. As a consequence I'm not able to copy the files over as they are deemed "incompatible". Is there anything that can be done about that?

I also tried to start the games in Wabbitemu (with the ROM-file from TIRoms) but here I can't even open the file itself in the emulator (he gives me a "A problem with Wabbitemu prevented the file from getting sent").

I'm rather new in the fascinating world of calculator gaming and programming so I'm very grateful for every help. Thank you! :)

]]>(This was made for the ti84-CE on TI connect CE so some of the syntax might be a little different)

` ``Lbl TS ClrHome Disp "SWAP? - 1 Disp "INFO? - 2 Disp "Quit? - 3 Input A If A=3 Goto GH If A=1 Then ClrHome 1→O For(O,1,6 Output(O,1,O Output(O,2,". End If dim(⌊TEAM)≤10 Then For(O,1,dim(⌊TEAM Output(O,3,⌊TEAM(O End Else For(O,1,10 Output(O,3,⌊TEAM(O End Output(10,6,">>" End 9→V 1→U 1→D 1→W 1→V 1→Q "Q is page number Output(W,4,"< While 1=1 getKey→P If P=34 1+W→W If W=min(dim(⌊TEAM),10)+1 1→W If P=25 W-1→W If W=0 min(dim(⌊TEAM),10→W If P=45 Goto GH If V≠W Then Output(W,4,"< Output(V,4," W→V End If P=26 and dim(⌊TEAM)>10Q Then Q+1→Q For(O,10(Q-1)+1,min(10Q,dim(⌊TEAM)) Output(O,3,⌊TEAM(O End End If P=24 and Q>1 Then Q-1→Q For(O,10(Q-1)+1,10Q Output(O,3,⌊TEAM(O) End End If P=105 Then V→S Output(V,5,"< End If P=95 Then ⌊TEAM(V)→T ⌊TEAM(S)→⌊TEAM(V) T→⌊TEAM(S) For(V,1,min(dim(⌊TEAM),10 Output(V,5," ") Output(V,3,⌊TEAM(V End End End End If A=2 Then 1→Q Goto IF End`

Thanks for reading!

CalcNerd

]]>So I started out with the most basic of programs to experiment on:

` ``:Repeat G=105 :getKey -> G (-> is the store symbol) :Disp G :End`

What I found was that if you press a key down and hold it, it does not measure it more than one time. (This was done on a Ti-83+ and a Ti-84+ SE) But, if you press the key down a few times at the same rate as it is displaying G, and then hold it down immediately, it will measure it every other time it displays. (Note, this can take a while to achieve if you don't have quick fingers.) What makes this happen internally?

The other observation I made was that with this program, if you press down a key and hold it, it will only measure it once. But, I made another program that uses output instead of disp to make a "O" move around the screen and output the key # in the corner. I found that when you hold the key down on this program, it measures it once, then measures 0, and then measures the key # for as long as the key is pressed. What makes this happen?

As a game designer who wants to get the best from Ti-Basic in his programs, These things interest me. Not only because I am fascinated by code and programming, but also because there may be potential loopholes for better control in my programs and games. If anyone knows enough about this subject to help, I would greatly appreciate it. I will continue experimenting and researching and post more updates here if there are any.

Thanks for reading!

]]>Thanks in advance,

Mathsman502 ]]>

Here is the program

Input “ANGLE?”,S

Input "OPPOSITE SIDE?",A

Input "OTHER SIDE?",B

If A<Bsin(S)

Then

Disp "NO SUCH TRIANGLE"

Else

sin(Bsin(S)/A)→T

180-S-T→R

Asin(R)/sin(S)→C

IfA≥BorA=Bsin(S)

Then

Disp "ONE TRIANGLE"

Disp "THIRD SIDE IS",C

Disp "OTHER ANGLES ARE",T,R

Else

180-T→M

180-S-M→N

Asin(N)/sin(S)→D

ClrHome

Disp "TWO TRIANGLES",""

Disp "PRESS ENTER NOW"

Disp "AND AFTER FIRST"

Disp "TRIANGLE ANSWER"

Pause

ClrHome

Disp "TRIANGLE ONE"

Disp "THIRD SIDE IS",C

Disp "OTHER ANGLES AREA",T,R

Pause

Disp "TRIANGLE TWO"

Disp "THIRD SIDE IS",D

Disp "OTHER ANGLES ARE",M,N

End

Return

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Code:

` ``:ClrHome :0→X :Prompt H,M // Hours and Minutes :ClrHome :Lbl 1 // I checked it for a memory leak and I think that it is ok :iPart(X/5.445809055→S // Number that I have come up with lots of testing :Output(4,7,": :Output(4,10,": :If H>12 :Output(4,5,H :If H<=12 :Then :Output(4,5,"0 :Output(4,6,H :End :If M>=10 :Output(4,8,M :If M<10 :Then :Output(4,8,"0 :Output(4,9,M :End :If S>=10 :Output(4,11,S :If S<10 :Then :Output(4,11,"0 :Output(4,12,S :End :If S=60 :Then :0→S :ClrHome :0→X :M+1→M :End :If M=60 :Then :0→X :0→M :0→S :H+1→H :End :If H>=24 :Then :1→H :0→M :0→S :ClrHome :End :X+1→X :Goto 1`

If you want to see the game you can go to CalcNerd on Youtube. I am fairly new to this Ti-Basic community but am loving it!

]]>How to replicate: Run a program with the Menu( command then let the calculator shut off by itself for 2 hours. Turn it back on and go straight to the Catalog and find the GetCalc( command. Press enter. The above image is the result. After you use the GetCalc( command with

Does anybody know how to disassemble (mechanically) the CX II ?

My daughter let some undefined french fries sauce get in between the keypad and the housing.

I tried to teardown the CX II (of course brand new) - without any luck. I removed 4 screws and one screw for the battery compartment and removed the battery itself.

then I tried to set apart the white housing from the black backplate. Without any luck. Do I need some additional information? Or just raw brute force? I tried to open up the left side and tried to open the gap between white and black …

Kind regards

Peter

* This is relating to just feedback, not troubleshooting, etc ]]>

I've seen a similar thread related to my problem, https://www.dell.com/community/Monitors/Dell-P2213-monitor-not-working-via-displayport/td-p/5111285

but does not solve my problem. I did see however on the bottom that VGA seems to work with this monitor. But I do not own such a cable (nor I have the money for it). How can I fix this?

I've added this same thread on the Dell website, to increase chances of help

]]>` ``ClrDraw ClrList ⌊Y ClrList ⌊X Degree BackgroundOn BLACK prgmPRGMPXL Xmax/2→X Ymin/2→Y {X}→⌊X {Y}→⌊Y 10→R 90→θ 0→G 0→Z While Z=0 and G≠45 getKey→G X+cos(θ)→X Y+sin(θ)→Y θ-15(G=26)+15(G=24)→θ TextColor(BLACK Text(0,0,θ," X:",X," Y:",Y," LENGTH:",dim(⌊X)," " Pt-On(X,Y,1,GREEN) TextColor(RED Text(15,0,"PROB",R augment({X},⌊X) augment({Y},⌊Y) TextColor(GREEN Text(15,0,"PROB",R If dim(⌊X)≥R+1 Then Pt-Off(⌊X(R+1),⌊Y(R+1)) Pt-On(⌊X(R),⌊Y(R)) seq(⌊X(X),X,1,R,1) seq(⌊Y(X),X,1,R,1) End End ClrDraw`

The problem code is

` ``augment({X},⌊X) augment({Y},⌊Y)`

please help

]]>I have problems with the connection of my TI 84 plus to a PC.

I use TI connect 5.4.0.1181 and a PC with Windows 7.

When I connect the TI 84 Plus to the computer after some seconds/minutes the TI appears as "Unknown device 7CC0 OS 2.22.0" in the TI Connect.

After I pull the new OS (TI84Plus_OS255.8Xu) on the "Unknown device 7CC0 OS 2.22.0" appears a new menu with "Calculator select". However, at this time, the connection is usually already interrupted. Sometimes it does not abort, but then I get the message: Hello, it seems that the connection between the Unknown Device 7CC0 and TI Connect is interrupted "

I have tried several different computers, also with Windows 10. Also I have tried different cables and delete the RAM without success.

Thanks for help ]]>