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Choice Votes   Percent
Yes, regularly 292 51.2%   
Yes, tried it, don't use it 155 27.2%   
No 54 9.5%   
What's Virtual TI? 69 12.1%   

Survey posted 2002-09-15 10:27 by Magnus.

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Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
peterthegreat  Account Info

I would be happy to use one (if, that is, I owned a PC)...

Reply to this comment    7 July 2004, 18:20 GMT

Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
dimme  Account Info

I use it pretty regularly, have yet to install it after the last format though.

oh and: first post ;)

Reply to this comment    15 September 2002, 13:50 GMT

Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
jason_r_larue Account Info
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Third Post! (appears as second, though.)
I think VTI is an excellent program for TI program developers. Hencee, i have never used it. If it's too complicated to program on-calc, it's too complicated for me to program.

Check the link: I'm not sure what it will do, linked to "respond to post" page...

Reply to this comment    15 September 2002, 16:32 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
Charlemagne Account Info
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Hencee?

Reply to this comment    15 September 2002, 16:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
jason_r_larue Account Info

This survey is more than two months old.
Has anyone seen a nice integration by parts math function for the 89 for AP Calc BC? (I'm only in 8th grade, and i saw a tree on this subject a while back.)

Reply to this comment    25 November 2002, 17:02 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
Charlemagne Account Info
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Hencee? * snort *
NOOOOOOOOO!! Beat me by a minute!

Reply to this comment    15 September 2002, 16:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
jason_r_larue Account Info

"beat me by a minute" what?

Reply to this comment    16 September 2002, 21:38 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
BearMan04

He probably means he got to his post a minute before you.

Reply to this comment    16 September 2002, 21:49 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
Charlemagne Account Info
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HINT: Check the times..............

Reply to this comment    16 September 2002, 22:24 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
tge82  Account Info

Huh? How did you know how your post would appear before you posted it? (i.e. as you were writing it)

Reply to this comment    15 September 2002, 19:26 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
jason_r_larue Account Info

No, it's a link to the page where i wrote my response (the link linked to the responding page i was writing it on) it responds to the first post, not my post. Why not use it to see if it works? I can't tell because it was in my user name.

Reply to this comment    16 September 2002, 17:26 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
nick_2x Account Info

cuz he is a dumb-ass #$%&

Reply to this comment    28 September 2002, 05:55 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
Kuashio  Account Info
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duh, because he knew it was the first reply to the first post, and since messages are displayed in form of a tree, he knew...
the second message would most surely be the next root message of the tree
Although there are messages sent before his (judging from the times shown)
who gives a damn anyway? why am i writing this?
w00t!

Reply to this comment    7 October 2002, 05:42 GMT

Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
benryves Account Info
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Debugging on calc is a no-no, so I use VTI loads (not for playing games tho', only d'ment.

Reply to this comment    22 September 2002, 12:49 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
Chickendude  Account Info
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I use VTI solely for debugging

Reply to this comment    29 September 2002, 21:11 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
Viper-92  Account Info
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I agree,
Have you ever tried debugging an ASM program on a real calc. I'd say that's near to impossible. VTI allows you to run a program command by command while keeping an eye on the register values and the stack. I thinks it's safe to say that VTI is a must have for any TI ASM programmer. Besides, nothing is more frustrating than 30 crashes a day because of buggy code. Thanks to VTI, that belongs to the past.

Daniƫl

BTW.
Congratulations Rusty!

Reply to this comment    15 October 2002, 09:27 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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I can't figure out how to use the dang debugger. I program in C, so that might be the problem. What I do is make delays or display messages at points in the program to tell where I am.

Reply to this comment    2 November 2002, 22:50 GMT


C on VTI
willothewisp

No duh. It couldn't ever work with C, because what's on the calculator is in ASM code. You have to use debug printfs and the like.

Reply to this comment    22 November 2002, 01:28 GMT


Re: C on VTI
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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That's what I do. I stick delays and printf_xy()'s all over the place to debug. I KNOW the calc runs on ASM.

Reply to this comment    2 December 2002, 19:23 GMT


Re: Re: C on VTI
slimey_limey  Account Info
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I use dlgBox, or something similar. You don't have to worry about trashing your screen that way.

Reply to this comment    3 December 2002, 20:58 GMT


Re: Re: Re: C on VTI
ac  Account Info

Um, well, does it matter?
I just have my progs (for hhe 83) display x,y, other vars in the top corner of the screen.

Reply to this comment    5 December 2002, 17:56 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
ejona

VTI is not only safer but easier to use than the real calc when programming in either C or ASM. I have mine set up as if it were a brand new calc so I know what I will or will not have to install for a program to run. Also I am able to debug on several different calc versions. The virtual link helps out a lot also.

Reply to this comment    5 November 2002, 02:42 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
ejona

Hey, the new USB link has been out (free at my local Wal-Mart). How long will it probably take for VTI to get updated in an Offical Release with USB support?

Reply to this comment    5 November 2002, 02:48 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
slimey_limey  Account Info
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Dude! Free?!? Oh well, my main computer is so old that it doesn't have a USB port. If I want USB functionality, I have to find out which pins do what in the multifunction on the motherboard. It does have USB support, it just doesn't tell you where to plug in the little wires. I wish it did - I have an adapter for standard motherboards, and I could just use jumper wires to connect it (no, not automotive jumpers).

Reply to this comment    26 November 2002, 21:04 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
ejona  Account Info

This comment is a little late but if you do read it then great. You there should be four pins near your serial ports on your motherboard to pug it in. Normally they are in pairs so you would see a 2x4 set of pins. However, it may or may not be normal so you may get to move some pins around. Luckily they are always (as far as I know) in the same order so you only have to figure out if they are the same or inversed (e.g. +--- and +---or +--- and ---+). You would also have to turn it on in BIOS (probably).

Reply to this comment    9 January 2003, 23:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
CajunLuke

I tried it once, but couldn't get it to work.

Reply to this comment    11 November 2002, 19:28 GMT


VTI to work...
willothewisp

Do you use Windows > 95/98? That was the problem with me. I had to get onto an older computer to dump my ROM. Unupdated, VTI is getting rusty.

Reply to this comment    22 November 2002, 01:32 GMT

Re: VTI to work...
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Rusty's the guy who wrote it too (bad pun)

Reply to this comment    2 December 2002, 19:24 GMT


Re: VTI to work...
Harper

I have used vti on a laptop running Windows XP. It ran perfectly.

There should be a Mac version of vti.

Reply to this comment    5 December 2002, 00:03 GMT


Re: Re: VTI to work...
nick s  Account Info

I ran it on XP linked up the USB to the calc but it refused to dump the ti 83+'s ROM

>>>Help Me!<<<

Nicholas Sprenger

>>>E-mail<<<
Sthemutater@aol.com

>>>End Transmission<<<

Reply to this comment    11 May 2003, 23:08 GMT

Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
David  Account Info
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I don't do much development on it, but it sure beats the Windows Calculator utility!

Nth post

Reply to this comment    11 October 2002, 23:08 GMT


Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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calculator? how does that relate?

Reply to this comment    2 November 2002, 22:51 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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oh.... duh. :)

Reply to this comment    11 November 2002, 18:42 GMT

Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
FM-Soft  Account Info
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Oh, vti is so great. I didn't must be frightet of ASm programs

Reply to this comment    17 October 2002, 18:49 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Oh, I can so tell you speaking a different language not is english and use translater stupid on the internet, bad.

Reply to this comment    2 November 2002, 22:52 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
Nigel Struble  Account Info

almost seems as if you don't speek english either.

Reply to this comment    20 November 2002, 03:43 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
Chickendude  Account Info
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In case wondering are you joking was he. :p

Reply to this comment    21 November 2002, 23:42 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Joking, yes, me. It seem Rusty has gone someplace? I are wonders where he's is.

Reply to this comment    2 December 2002, 19:26 GMT

Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Why can't we reply to the newsletters?

Reply to this comment    2 December 2002, 19:21 GMT


Re: Re: Have you ever used Virtual TI?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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What are Listar and Ecartis?

Reply to this comment    2 December 2002, 19:22 GMT

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