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Choice Votes   Percent
Benumbered 3 5.9%   
Crabcake ASM Library 3 5.9%   
Devrays 2 3.9%   
Exodus 4 7.8%   
Gossamer 12 23.5%   
Grammer 8 15.7%   
Obliterate 8 15.7%   
Zedd Physics Library 11 21.6%   

Survey posted 2011-12-01 23:36 by Travis.

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Re: Favorite TI-83+/84+ Program for 2011?
elfprince13 Account Info
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Good luck to all!

Reply to this comment    2 December 2011, 21:33 GMT


Re: Re: Favorite TI-83+/84+ Program for 2011?
Parker Reed Account Info

Seconded. So many good choices.

Reply to this comment    3 December 2011, 05:15 GMT

Re: Favorite TI-83+/84+ Program for 2011?
ThunderBolt  Account Info

Voting was tough, but I managed to narrow it down!

Reply to this comment    4 December 2011, 15:41 GMT

Re: Favorite TI-83+/84+ Program for 2011?
Travis Evans  Account Info

Tough, tough, tough.

I wanted to vote for Benumbered because of the graphics; Exodus for programming skill and creativity; Grammer because I'm kind of biased toward development tools since that's what I enjoy doing (and I'm thrilled to see competition among various viable alternative programming languages—something I've always wanted to see for *years*, even on a calc model I don't own); and Obliterate due to the coolness factor of networking.

I ultimately decided to vote for the program I felt probably required the most skill and cleverness to create, which appeared to be pure-BASIC Exodus. Not that all of the entries didn't require considerable programming skill; it was still a very close race. Hopefully no one is offended by my choice or reasoning. I would have voted for multiple entries if I could. :-)

Reply to this comment    5 December 2011, 03:31 GMT


Re: Re: Favorite TI-83+/84+ Program for 2011?
ThunderBolt  Account Info

:D I voted Exodus, too! As much as I love to make development tools and whatnot, once I put it on my actual calculator and saw the graphics, I was like O.O and then when I actually played and saw things like the exploding pieces only explode the length of the platform , I was like "o__o this was done in TI-BASIC?!" and then I remembered to check the size and I was like :3

Sorry, sometimes my language faculties leave me when I have to describe epic things.

Reply to this comment    8 December 2011, 20:20 GMT

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