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Pretty Print for TI-83+
Posted by Eric on 15 January 2002, 09:41 GMT

Pretty PrintSebastian Theiss sent me word of a nifty little program he wrote that brings the ever-useful pretty print function to the TI-83+. With this function, you can now visualize and edit complex mathematical expressions in the way a TI-89 or TI-92+ does. Go download it. Pretty Print is also integrated into the Symbolic v1.6 by Brandon Sterner.

 


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Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Brad Trevaskis  Account Info

hey...ive got a problem, i want to download pretty print for my ti83plus but the site isnt up anymore, could someone please email me the file..i would love you forever. my email is btpanther39@charter.net thanks guys

     12 May 2005, 03:46 GMT

Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Tijl Coosemans Account Info
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...and up to a CAS ;-)

     15 January 2002, 11:12 GMT

Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Chickendude  Account Info

what?

     16 January 2002, 00:46 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
depleateduranium Account Info

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     16 January 2002, 16:31 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
depleateduranium Account Info

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     16 January 2002, 18:04 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Brandon Sterner  Account Info
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But whats the fun in that? There is no challenge if i just use my 89...

     16 January 2002, 21:49 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
lalu

Well, building on pre-existing code to write more advanced stuff is also exciting.

     18 January 2002, 05:08 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
stech85  Account Info
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Ti-89 is THE calc. It saved my butt today on a math final. I just feel bad that I don't have to do all of the work solving 3-variable systems, so I went back and did it anyway. Plus, they might consider using the 89 cheating. (Alas, it was a waste, I would have gotten away with it anyway, the teacher didn't collect our notes. :P) (PS -> some of you guys should really spell check if you don't want to be insulted by sarcastic individuals)

     18 January 2002, 00:44 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Chickendude  Account Info

yed, I shold spll chec.
Yes, I agree that the 89 is good, and I want one, but I just bought the 83+SE (about six months ago) and my parents won't let me get an 89 :(
(The main reason I want one is that it has WAY more TI-BASIC/ASM programming options! God I want one!)

     18 January 2002, 02:23 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
no_one_2000_  Account Info

I have an 89 with a version 2.05 AMS or whatever it is called and DoorsOS doesn't work. HELP!

     18 January 2002, 21:59 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Robert Mohr  Account Info
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Download HW2Patch (see link) and run it. You may want to archive everything first though (the first time I ran it it crashed, but, having nothing to lose, I ran it again and it worked).

     18 January 2002, 22:38 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Blaynerd  Account Info

I also have AMS 2,05 downloaded the HW2Patch and DoorsOS still didn't work, so I just use NOSTUB programs

     24 January 2002, 04:56 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Antoine Michael  Account Info

If your having a problem with the DoorsOS II 0.98, then try version .099 thats what i use with my 2.05 hardware and it works fine.

     30 January 2002, 01:09 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Tijl Coosemans Account Info
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And who are you replying to?

(hehehe)

     18 January 2002, 17:14 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Stephen zzzaw  Account Info
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I think we all know the super power of the 89 and that it would be the "best" calc in a world of no limitations, but there are limits in the world of school. Most schools say you must have a 83 type or 86 calc. The best one to get because of these limitations is the TI-83Plus SE; or if you don't have enough money for the SE then the 83Plus(normal) would be the next best. I came to this conclustion because I have a 83, 83P, 83PSE, 86, and 89. The one I use the most is the 83PSE because it is ok to use in class and on tests, it holds apps that make it more powerful like the 89, it holds the most app, and is the fastest z80 type calc. I can't use my 89 in any of my math classes, on any of my tests, or the ACT (but the 89 was nice to have on the SAT). So I hope you see that the 83PSE is the over all best calc to have when it has these great apps on.



Omnicalc!!! <--- This will make the 83P \ SE even better.

Symbolic!!! <--- The best math app of this time.

There are more...

     20 January 2002, 01:55 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
lord_nightrose Account Info
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I think he meant, what does "...and up to a CAS ;-)" mean. That isn't a complete sentence and it doesn't follow up to anything in the news item.

By the way, why have you become so angry lately? I remember just a few months ago you were as quiet as the rest of us, just occasionally making a point about something that needed to be pointed out. Now, you're outright offensive sometimes. What's up, man?

     16 January 2002, 21:11 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
depleateduranium Account Info

I am totally upset with the world according the 83, or any calc for that matter..."Fear" WeReWolf.com ;=)

     17 January 2002, 17:09 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Konstantin Beliakov  Account Info
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Another APP? I never use APPs cuz they just waste calc memory. I'm sure that many more ppl will be happy to have this program plainly as an ASM file not Flash. It'd be also nice to have it on 83, cuz it now looks like every program is for 83+ and everyone forgot about folks who have 83's.

     17 January 2002, 01:03 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Brandon Sterner  Account Info
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You also gotta keep in mind that some programs very closely associated with the operating system must be apps. Anything that uses a hook must be an app. Anything greater than 8k must be an app due to the hardware restrictions on sizes. Do not assume apps are a waste. Some make very good use of all 16k that is given to them. Some cannot be made any other way.
TI-83s (not plus) do no have hooks and cannot do some of the more interesting features we've seen from apps in the past year.

     17 January 2002, 02:45 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Robert Mohr  Account Info
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And there's memory to spare on the TI-83+SE.

     17 January 2002, 04:02 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Chickendude  Account Info

That's what I was about to say!
(Has anyone managed to fill up all their memory? I still have 775k left :)

     18 January 2002, 02:30 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
turfhead  Account Info
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I filled mine up then some Jacko broke into my car and stole the thing. I just ordered a new one :-(

     15 February 2003, 22:45 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Konstantin Beliakov  Account Info
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I agree, but I've seen ASM programs using hooks on 83's and 82's. Also, even the simplest hello world app would take 16 kb. Pretty print is a great app nevertheless and a breakthrough for 83+.

     17 January 2002, 06:00 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Michael Vincent  Account Info
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There are no hooks on the 83 or 82...

     17 January 2002, 14:02 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Chickendude  Account Info

Yo,
[any button]
This program
[any button]
takes up over
[any button]
16 KB!!!
[any button]
[STOP]


that was my first app did (that's still about all I can do...)

     18 January 2002, 02:29 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
no_one_2000_  Account Info

The program to lock up your calculator:

...
ForeverLoop:
jr ForeverLoop
.END

     18 January 2002, 22:04 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Robert Mohr  Account Info
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Cool! Where do I download that?

     19 January 2002, 21:44 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Ronald Teune  Account Info
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> ForeverLoop:
> jr ForeverLoop

shouldn't this be "jp ForeverLoop"? Or can one jump-relative back too?

> .END

     23 January 2002, 14:46 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Chickendude  Account Info

You can jump (jr, not jp) backwards, atleast I'm pretty sure you can 'cause I use jr a lot...

How to fail your RAM:
PROGRAM:A
:AsmPrgm
:CD5547C9
/\
ASM code to clear the screen on the 83

It should fail your RAM (or ROM, whatever) if your batts aren't low (archive everything and it hides it, the only way to get it back is to clear your RAM)

have fun!

     23 January 2002, 21:53 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Benjamin Moody  Account Info

Yes, you can JR backwards. Very useful for short loops. Notice that DJNZ would be pretty useless if you couldn't go backwards.

Anyway, there are much more interesting ways to crash or freeze your calc.

     19 February 2002, 19:57 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
DasBoot  Account Info

It'd be wonderful if tcp89 worked with black links...

     19 January 2002, 19:47 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Ronald Teune  Account Info
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Well, I can't live without CalcSys&MirageOS&Symbolic on my calc...
It's a pity that I only have 160k...

     23 January 2002, 14:50 GMT


Re: Re: Pretty Print for TI-83+
Sebastian Theiss  Account Info
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***************************************
...this is not related to the comments above but I wanted this standing close to the news item, as it seams many people have that question:
UP TO NOW PrettyPt DOESN'T make use of the equations you type in the app (so you don't need to run it;) ). Is makes sence in cooperation with symbolic in this way:
pretty(d("sin(x+2)/X","X")) (or you can import the answer using "get Ans" from within my app)
I released this early version of the app as I thought people would allready find a use for that (complex derivations can by quite hard to read without pretty print) or could start developing BASIC programs using the pretty( command.
I'm still working on PrettyPt so that it will be very similar to the ti89 homescreen: evaluate expressions by hitting enter, access last entries or perform Symbolic's d( or simp( function on it. The [F2] menu entry in my app is empty at the moment and will provide a way to insert frequently used tokens like abs(, round(, 3rd root, ...
please email your ideas to feedback@softheiss.de
***************************************

     16 January 2002, 12:08 GMT

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