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Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Benoit SCHERRER  Account Info
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There will be soonly a new release of PCTOOLS 98.
A lot of features have been added : compression,
new way to create nested folder, move folder option,
new format of plugin, a new version of Api92 with
a nice SDK, a version for the TI-89...

Maybe within a month !

NeXO Software

     16 August 1999, 15:20 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Mark Leverentz  Account Info

mmmm..... Nested folders ... TI89 port ...

Sounds great! But what is PCTOOLS?

     26 August 1999, 03:15 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Aristotle Zoulas  Account Info

Will there ever be a tcp/ip suite for the 92+?



     1 March 2001, 22:54 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
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Just use TI-92/TI-89 sim and tcp/ip for 89.

     25 September 2003, 19:53 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
ti_is_good_++  Account Info
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Or just tcp-ip, as I think it works on 92+

     23 October 2003, 19:39 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Maik Macho Account Info

I am not directly writing an TI-92 Plus program but it works on it , too . It's an boot screen which uses extfunc for an battery status and an exchangeable pic file of full screen size . It's core is written in basic so you can customize it , an gui to edit configurations comes after on . It runs first an var named pwd ( mainly pwd for password security ) and then matrix ( self-explaining ) . As said , it just runs the vars - you can name any other program , screensaver or password protection pwd or matrix . It has to be auto-start so amsextender or any other utility is recommended . It's currently in second main-private vesion , the final private one will get uploaded as first public one .

     27 January 2012, 14:34 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Corp  Account Info

I have a program in mind (ASM) that would allow you to send programs and maybe other types of data to other calculators. If you assigned a hex number to every character (a-z, A-Z, 0-9, + , -, *, /, and greek symbols) on the calculator, then transformed a program imto this hex code, sent it over a link onto another's calculator, and had his program identical to mine (made for the type of calculator he or she has) translate the code back into charcters and pasted it into a program of the same name as the original program. It would be done this way rather than translating a program into another calcs way of reading it so that I wouldn't have to make 42 different programs, only 7. I just need help as I am not affluent in Z80 ASM, and can't even contemplate 68000 ASM. I do not expect to be able to run 86 programs on an 83, just so that I can make 83 programs for friends and use my 86 to pass them on.

     21 September 1999, 03:38 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Mr.Z Account Info
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With the exception of characters available on only 1 model, this sounds like a good idea. With token conversion, TI-BASIC programs (many, anyway) could run on different calculators. However, converting it to text (regardless of encoding) before sending would be problematic, because at the receiving end one would need to have a tokenizer. It would seem easier to just send the raw data, maybe using lookup tables to convert the tokens if you wanted.

     1 July 2005, 01:34 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
James Duncan  Account Info
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I am hoping to build a 'Shell' for the Ti-92 plus that will enable the execution of assembly programs, as well as Basic. It will also include built in functions such as an organizer, and a calendar, etc. This will help you keep more organized and efficient.

Hope to finish during early march!

visit www.dtlogic.webprovider.com for more details.

By the way, please email me if you have any suggestions for add-ins, etc.

James Duncan

     3 February 2000, 21:02 GMT

Seagate Software projects 92+ by SÚrgio Gomes
SÚrgio Gomes  Account Info

I am working on 2 BASIC programs.
PALPTOP pilot 92 v5.1 (the name tells you ALL)
EwEb 32 (a program that allow you to build electronic shemes without no electronics knoledge.)

check out also my TI83 PROJECTS
for more information write to

     21 July 2000, 22:42 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs

I am planning to write an organizer program for the TI-92+ (in BASIC) that will utilize the powerful matrix features that the calculator has. There is not much else added to this program yet, so if you have any comments, questions, and\or suggestions, I'd love to hear from you!

     11 September 2000, 16:23 GMT

Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs

I've the same Idea.
but I don't know the ti92 nor ti92+. But If you want I will try to help you.
Just a question, did the Ti92 have an RealTimeClock ?

     23 September 2000, 00:39 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs

I believe that the TI-92+ does have a real time clock. And thanks to the new relase of the TIGCC Tools Suite, I will be skipping the programming of my organizer in BASIC, but will rather write the program in C first, thus allowing more powerful functions to be added. Despite these facts, my ultimate goal for this project is to wirte is as a FLASH application, completely integrating it with the TI-OS. I will also be creating my website, which will contain more progress reports on the status of the program.

     3 October 2000, 15:59 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-92 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
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Like a spreadsheet?

For example, would it use different rows for different textbooks for a class, but a different sheet for each class?

     25 September 2003, 19:56 GMT

Password Protecter
Steven King  Account Info

I am currently working on a Password Protecter and I need just a little bit of help because I am new to the TI-92 Plus programming language. If you can help please send help or suggestions to 5kingst@gmx.co.uk


     20 April 2001, 16:08 GMT

DiceRoller V.0.40 Beta(92+)

I have just submitted this to the staff...
As soon as they put it up, DiceRoller will be available.

DiceRoller is a special program I devised that rolls n die of m sides each. I belive that it is the only one of its kind...

     15 September 2001, 00:35 GMT

Re: DiceRoller V.0.40 Beta(92+)
Astrophysisist_10k  Account Info

Ok, now I've made it to V.0.45
Too bad the archive is down...

oh well :D

     18 November 2001, 17:37 GMT

Re: DiceRoller V.0.40 Beta(92+)
Astrophysisist_10k  Account Info

I finished V.60 Won't be another one for a loooooooong time, please post what you think of DiceRoller Here...

     29 November 2001, 04:13 GMT

BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

I'm in the process of making a fully functional OS in BASIC. Since I'm using FLib to do it, it should run pretty fast compared to an ordinary OS made with regular commands. But this will have many more options, uses full screen (no menu), has grouping (I dont think doorsos can do this...), compressing of files and even more too come! It's currently in the contruction phase so Version 1.00 wont be out for a little while.

Future plans for the OS after its release are still underway. Such as:
- Larger more specific file registery (the one that it uses now is pretty slow)
- Nice looking graphics for the OS will be release as a new version because it will look completely different, and features will be reorganized and have different ways to access them. Hopefully it will be more 'User Friendly'

Best thing about this OS is it requires only 3 Files to run so far (and I don't think I'll need more) and its made in BASIC but doesnt run as slow as basic (thanks to FLib :)

- Under Construction (not even beta yet...)
Release Date:
- T.B.A. (To Be Announced)

I will post with more news if something occurs

     22 November 2001, 00:26 GMT

Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Astrophysisist_10k  Account Info

Hey, good idea!

What I would like to see is a OS that is as easy to use as Win95

     22 November 2001, 20:24 GMT

Re: Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

For Version 1 it will look like an work like doorsos so dont expect it easy to use unless you have experience with doors, but when version 2 comes around it should easier to use, but im not sure how it will look (maybe windows or something else).

     27 November 2001, 19:37 GMT

Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info


- Optimizations are always being done to the OS (with some done already)
- The New Registry system is implemented, thus making the OS run MUCH faster since it only has to look up info instead of generating it with functions over and over.
- Even more bugs have been worked out and so far everything that I have implemented into the OS works correctly


     27 November 2001, 19:42 GMT

Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

UPDATE #2 (2001/12/05)

After a recent crash the os was downgraded to the most recent backup version. But in a way it was for the better; because I made many optimizations that I probably wouldnt have found. I also added some newer options and fixed some graphics bugs that would make the OS look very weird.

Thats all for now!

     5 December 2001, 19:40 GMT

Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info


Whole new file registration was input! Makes it 5x faster then the previous one and it's much smaller then before. Many more features are going to be input next up such as archiving, hiding, etc.. One more thing that will be added sooner or later is the ability to group the files on your calc using the OS (if you dont know how to yet).
A new feature that will be included later on will be the option to safely turn off your calc. For example, it will archive every file on your calc (obviously the ones that aren't) and it will simply turn itself off, then when the Calc is turned on again it will un-archive ONLY the files it has archived before. this can make your calc 100% secure if you forget to archive when you change batteries or somebody fiddles around with the batteries while your busy with something else :)
The Release Date for Version 1.00 is near, but I still dont know for sure. If I can find time before exams and such it could be out by the new year and possibly before Christmas, altho it wont have EVERY possible feature I'd like it to have all at once ;)

     16 December 2001, 21:41 GMT

Re: Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

Small Update---

- The OS now has archiving, locking, and hiding capabilities with all files the registry sees.
- A few bug fixes and optimizations were done as well.

     17 December 2001, 03:56 GMT

Re: Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

Another Small Update---

More Bug Fixes implemented and a couple optimizations were taken care of aswell...

     20 December 2001, 20:27 GMT

Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

Update #4

I'll submit the os before but request it be posted for new years day :)
Hopefully before and after Christmas I can get some more work done on it before i send it off.

     20 December 2001, 20:29 GMT

SystemOS On Its Way!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info


Name of the new basic OS is now SystemOS

The first Version (V.1.00) of SystemOS has been uploaded and now waiting to be added to the archive!

Also another version is already in production, it has more features and more bug fixes and an optimization or two. This wont be a minor update to the SystemOS so it will have Version 1.10 right away. It hopefully wont take too long to get that on its way, but it will take more time. So far as of now, it includes deleting files and updating/refreshing the Registry.

Many more updates to come!

     30 December 2001, 01:59 GMT

Re: BASIC 92+ OS Coming Soon!
Mammoth_Mk.2 Account Info

Update #6

After submitting the OS on December 28, 2001, the file hasnt been added yet... I Don't know how long it would take or if ticalc 'staff' have rejected it. I'll submit it once more at the end of 3 weeks of waiting and if it still doesnt show up, ill cancel production on the OS and start on my C Programming, which im starting to learn :)
Anyhow, I hope ticalc doesnt dissapoint me and then ill have to be forced to stop since it would be useless to make this other then for myself...

If they do add it to the archives, then i should have version 1.10 ready to send very soon, ive already added 2 more features (deleting, compressing) to the os and made it a little bit easier to use by adding a file menu. More stuff will be added but only if ticalc.org actually adds it to the archive... Otherwise im wasting time here and could be doing better more useful programs and i can start learning my C programming

I'll post another update soon with the status

     10 January 2002, 02:03 GMT

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