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Results
Choice Votes   Percent
PedroM 20 13.3%   
SKye 6 4.0%   
Slimeball 25 16.7%   
Smart-Bars 2D Demo 2 1.3%   
Space Shoot Out 0 0.0%   
Space Wars: The New Menace 3 2.0%   
Star Wars 2 1.3%   
Sun - Earth Illumination Simulator 3 2.0%   
Synapse Accelerator 0 0.0%   
Tairo 1 0.7%   
Tankers 30 20.0%   
TIHex 0 0.0%   
TI-TiltMaze 1 0.7%   
Tiny Tetris 5 3.3%   
uView 0 0.0%   
V2-Engine Demo 5 3.3%   
Vector Space 1 0.7%   
Voxel2Space Techdemo 9 6.0%   
VX.Studio 3 2.0%   
XPak 0 0.0%   
Yahtzee 0 0.0%   
ZTetris 15 10.0%   
I have no opinion 19 12.7%   

Survey posted 2004-12-22 20:00 by Jon.

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Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
angelboy Account Info
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I must say, Tankers rocks!

Reply to this comment    22 December 2004, 22:21 GMT

Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Nikky Southerland  Account Info
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Agreed, I voted for it.

Reply to this comment    22 December 2004, 23:08 GMT

Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
RJ Larimore  Account Info
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fo sho. i voted for tankers and bomberdude. but i think tankers is better

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 00:31 GMT

Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Coolv  Account Info

Port monoply to the TI-92+/v200!

Anyways, I agree. TANKERS ROCKS!

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 02:33 GMT

( []D [] []V[] []D )
anykey  Account Info
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...and the aquarium to the V400!

Reply to this comment    24 December 2004, 18:11 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Sam Varan  Account Info

It would be awesome if monopoly could be made for the Titanium...

Reply to this comment    24 December 2004, 21:07 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Coolv  Account Info
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Click the link...
Or go here:
http://www.ticalc.org/archives/files/ fileinfo/304/30420.html
I'm porting it to the 92+ and V200!!!!!

Reply to this comment    24 December 2004, 21:23 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Coolv  Account Info

A Titanium version is included.

Reply to this comment    24 December 2004, 21:23 GMT


Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
PSyMastR  Account Info
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Takers Does rock, but me and my friends have Slimeball Competitions every day in school, so I had to vote for that.

Reply to this comment    24 December 2004, 18:21 GMT

Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Tzazak  Account Info

SKye all the way! w00tness!

Reply to this comment    22 December 2004, 23:18 GMT


Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Sam3.14 Account Info
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Go Skye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 14:19 GMT

Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Fisch2  Account Info

From a programming standpoint, Pedrom is definitely the most advanced/complicated! Mad props to Pphd.

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 01:48 GMT

Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Ranman  Account Info

I second that! Well done!

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 02:25 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
tal_oz  Account Info

I do third that, but I really did like the voxel2space whatever thingy the best for part two, which is why I voted for it.

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 05:47 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Dokool  Account Info

Yea, I would definitely consider it a great technical achievment

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 07:57 GMT

Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
jessef  Account Info

it's usibilatu is quite low though.

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 07:01 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
jessef  Account Info

wow that ^^ is suposto be usibilaty.

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 08:14 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Actually, that is *supposed to* be "usability." *groans*

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 19:48 GMT

Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
ti_is_good_++  Account Info

Does anybody use it, though, or is it just a novelty until it gets a BASIC interpreter and CAS?

This is a serious question.

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 15:59 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Coolv  Account Info

The author would have to write his own BASIC interpreter; you're not supposed to hack TI's.
Or it could be an ASM complier; that'd be nice.
On the CAS, it would be hard to write a new CAS. Perhaps this could be accomplished as a team effort?

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 17:33 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Sam3.14 Account Info
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If it had an ASM compiler, I would use it. I want to learn ASM badly, but I don't have the time to do it on a computer. If I could program in ASM during English class, that would be great

Reply to this comment    24 December 2004, 16:12 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
blauggh Account Info

Uh, 'ASM compiler'? That's sort of a contradiction. ASM stands for Assembly language -- it's a set of easy-to-remember pneunomics that stand for single machine language instructions. (but y'all already know that...) One does not 'compile' ASM programs. You Assemble them.

A compiler, generally, is something that takes a higher-level program (like C) and converts it into assembly.

(Or, sometimes directly into machine language. But, since ML and ASM are one-for-one interchangable, once you have the ML, it is possible to 'disassemble' it into an ASM version.)

Reply to this comment    25 December 2004, 00:07 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Coolv  Account Info

OK, an assembler. Whatever.

Reply to this comment    25 December 2004, 00:09 GMT


( []D [] []V[] []D )
anykey  Account Info
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Oh, you mean an 'assemblier' right?

Reply to this comment    25 December 2004, 02:26 GMT


Re: ( []D [] []V[] []D )
blauggh Account Info

no, I don't think so. What's an assemblier?

Reply to this comment    25 December 2004, 18:57 GMT


Re: Re: ( []D [] []V[] []D )
anykey  Account Info
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I forgot. :^(

Reply to this comment    26 December 2004, 20:31 GMT


Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Anidn M√©noscwicz Account Info
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Will PedroM screw over a TI-89 Titanium???

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 16:49 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
Coolv  Account Info

You could always reinstall the TI rom...
Or could you?

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 17:35 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Favorite TI-89/TI-92/TI-92+/v200 program for 2004 (part 2)?
ExtendeD  Account Info

There is no tool to send PedroM to the Titanium for the moment, but one will be released soon.

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 20:37 GMT

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