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Review by  lyle lowry
Reviewed on 2011-11-23
I love this system. I think it was put together very well, except for the fact that the batch file at the beginning won't work for me. It keeps on saying "tasm is not a recognized file..." and "the system cannot find the required path". Also, I think it would be better if there was something about using emulators instead of the actual calculator. But overall, if it worked on my computer, I would say it is Really great.

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Review by  Benjamin Tryba
Reviewed on 2006-04-07
"Learn TI-83 Plus Assembly In 28 Days v2.0" is the best tutorial for ASM for 83Plus that I have found. It actually explains what's going on. This tutorial is super sweet. For future, some improvements I'd recommend are more examples of programs using the functions.

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Review by  jill jackson
Reviewed on 2006-01-18
All other ASM tutorials fail in comparison with this one. Finally, a comprehensive tool to teach you ASM to (almost) it's full capacity. But then again, can you ever really teach it fully? Each day builds off the last, and has some comic relief in it. Also, the coding is ingenious. 10^6/10

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Review by  Lyndon Zhang
Reviewed on 2004-08-21
This is excellent in terms of a good Assembly tutorial. I've always tried to learn assembly, but it always seems that the text was too vague or hard. Here, everything is perfectly clear. I really recommend for you to download and read this text.

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Review by  Gergely Patai
Reviewed on 2004-02-18
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

I am well known for bashing each and every tutorial on assembly programming, because I always find them poorly written and unorganized. This one is THE exception, because unlike most, it was written by someone who actually knows what he is talking about. The material is well assembled, consistent and elaborate. The fact that theoretical and practical chapters follow each other helps the reader understand them better and keep the motivation to learn more.

If you want to learn programming for the 83+, this is the best resource you will ever find. However, do not expect it to save you from doing your "homework"! This guide is not intended for skimming; take the time to read it slowly and let everything sink in before going on. Its only downside is probably that it does not stress enough the importance of individual thinking. Well, that cannot be stressed enough anyway.


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