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Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
Posted by Nick on 12 December 1999, 17:45 GMT

I recently got the linkage in my mailbox to the TI-86 Asm Programming Guide written by Jimi Malcolm. This incredibly comprehensive tutorial covers all topics and it's useful for any skill level. Thanks to Brent Schneider for sending this to me. :)

 


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Re: Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
Justin Krebs  Account Info

1st comment:
This will prove very useful to asm newbies like myself. Way to go Jimi!

     12 December 1999, 17:53 GMT

Re: Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
akadajet
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Neat, maybe it can help me with 83+ programming too.

~Jonathan Taylor

     12 December 1999, 17:53 GMT

Re: Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
The_Professor  Account Info
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Maybe now I can learn ASM...
Revision: maybe next month I can learn asm (When I have time)
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This is great for all upcoming programmers (like myself). The only thing now is people are going to want a guide to ASM on all the the other calcs.

     12 December 1999, 18:18 GMT


Re: Re: Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
Matt Landry  Account Info
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Asmguru :)
- Matthew

     13 December 1999, 03:17 GMT

Re: Jimi Malcolm's ASM Guide
James abba shalaka Rubingh  Account Info
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Not many of these sections are actually finished... Also, interestingly according to the tutorial, rst _doesn't_ mean restart, it means reset =)

     12 December 1999, 20:52 GMT

Re: Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
deuist Account Info

Does anyone know of a complete 83 asm guide other than the "Asm Guru"?

     12 December 1999, 22:41 GMT

Re: Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
jimi malcolm
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i can't tell you how great it feels for people to be visiting my site, let alone talking about it. i want to thank you for visiting my site. you can guarantee that i will always be working on this web page.

i hope to put some type of form on the page that will collect data on preferences of users (like a survey) similiar to the one used for preferences here at ticalc.org. this will allow me to collect data on what you want and like. this will allow me to use cookies so when you go to the page, it will be displayed in your choices of font, font sizes, layout, and especially colors.

in the future, i plan to implement the following among many other features:
- download the entire site in *.zip form for offline viewing
- user inputted preferences for colors
- cgi scripting
- finish every topic listed on the index page
- address each and every problem emailed to me by you
- create backwards compatability so that everyone can view the web site and all it's style features in any browser

thank you for being patient.

later.

jimi

     13 December 1999, 00:57 GMT


Re: Re: Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
Ciaran McCreesh  Account Info
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- create backwards compatability so that everyone can view the web site and all it's style features in any browser

Yes! Join AnyBrowser www.anybrowser.org/campaign/ now! ticalc.org really needs to do something like that, I mean, have you any idea just how awful this site looks on a PalmPilot?

Before any moron (see Internet Explorer user) out there says that compatible browser sites look rubbish check out some sites that are standards compliant (like my ti86 tutorial, link above), they look as nice as any other and can be viewed on any browser :)

Ciaran McCreesh
Link above for another ti86 tutorial (covers the real basics and some graphics stuff).

     13 December 1999, 20:10 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Jimi Malcolm's TI-86 ASM Programming Guide
Nathan Haines  Account Info
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stuntworks.ticalc.org is HTML 4.0 compliant, yet Netscape doesn't render it at all. It looks good in Lynx, however, and IE renders it perfect.

I used the W3C specs to create the page, and I refuse to implement non-standard HTML so that it can look pretty on brain-dead browsers. Netscape /used/ to support HTML better than IE did. When it again supports the standard, my site will function perfectly in both browsers.

     20 December 1999, 09:33 GMT

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