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Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Jonathan Katz  Account Info
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Survey idea by me.

I've had my 89 for six years :)

Reply to this comment    30 May 2005, 17:59 GMT

Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Kevin Ouellet  Account Info
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I got my 83+ for almost 4 years (July 4th 2001) and got my SE more than 3 years ago (Feb 2002)

I still remember the old days of Ion 1.4 an my TI-OS 1.12 :)

Reply to this comment    30 May 2005, 18:13 GMT

Re: Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
calkfreak83  Account Info
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I got mine in November 2003 and had OS 1.13 on it.. I never got Ion.. I'm a Mirage addict :D

Reply to this comment    30 May 2005, 18:19 GMT


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Shawn Zhang  Account Info

I think I've had mine for 2 or 3 years, it shipped with OS 1.15 but I didn't actually get my silverlink until recently so I never used Ion.

Reply to this comment    31 May 2005, 21:14 GMT


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korkow Account Info

I WIN!!! Iv'e had a TI-85 since 1993!!!!

Reply to this comment    1 June 2005, 17:30 GMT


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supportthe81 Account Info
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I've owned my TI-85 since 1992... Ouch

Reply to this comment    25 November 2008, 03:17 GMT

Re: Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Timmc Account Info
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Hmm, I think my 83+ had 1.08 on it. It was either 1.10 or earlier but I think I once had to "upgrade" to 1.10. ;-P
Only then could I use a remote control program. Nowdays they're too buggy.

Reply to this comment    31 May 2005, 06:42 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Richard Brosius  Account Info

Hey its way off subject but does anybody know how to get Dan Whales "on block to work" It is probably because im not using it correctly but as far as I can tell it is not doing anything.

Reply to this comment    31 May 2005, 20:40 GMT


ed your graphing calculator for?
Richard Brosius  Account Info
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oopps I mean Justin Whales and "On Block" by the way I woul like to make a shoutout to Justin for "CODEX"

Reply to this comment    31 May 2005, 21:46 GMT


Re: ed your graphing calculator for?
elfprince13 Account Info
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it has it in the readme...enter one value to turn it on..another to turn it off

Reply to this comment    1 June 2005, 13:50 GMT


Re: Re: ed your graphing calculator for?
Richard Brosius  Account Info

oh yeah, thanks I had read it before. I guess i just didnt pay any attention to the 0 and 1 I should have remembered about the ans var.

Reply to this comment    1 June 2005, 21:32 GMT


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supportthe81 Account Info

1.12 is out

Reply to this comment    25 November 2008, 03:18 GMT


Re: Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Kaaiman  Account Info

Yeah!

I have a TI-83 Plus for almost two years now. Just one year before the TI-84 Plus came out! :(

I had TI-OS 1.15 on it and some very simplistic BASIC-programs on it. The first game on my calc was P0ker by D. Gardner. :)

Later I messed around wih Ion and I was one of the first who had real ASM games on the calc. Since I've got that calc I have been the 'calc expert' in my class... Heheh! ;)

Reply to this comment    2 June 2005, 13:38 GMT


Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
JosÚ Sousa  Account Info
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hmmm... i put the time of the oldest... i have some calcs.... i think my TI-83 plus is the oldest... lets see... i buy it on my 8║ year of school... i'm in 2║ on university.. 8-9-10-11-12-1-2 ... 7 years (really old now i think on it).... hmmm... my TI-89 is my current calculator... i borrow the TI-83 to my sis... my TI-89 has ... 5 years i think...

Reply to this comment    1 June 2005, 16:26 GMT

Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Patrick Stetter  Account Info
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This question should be more like how long have you owned a graphing calculator. I owned a ti83+ for a year. After somebody stole it I bought an 84+se. So I answered 2years because they are basically the same thing, but I guess technically I only have owned it for 1 year.

Reply to this comment    30 May 2005, 18:15 GMT

Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
PGK Account Info

My first graphing calculator was a HW2 89. I got it in the fall of 2002 and used it until the spring of 2004. Then, the batteries ruptured and shorted, rendering my calculator a retarded mess. The basic functions will work okay, but use any program, especially a Flash one, and it will seize up like an engine with no oil being run at 8000 rpm. Total meltdown, black bar and all, must remove ALL batteries for 60 seconds to reset.

I got a Voyage 200 for $10 more than an 89 after that and have been using it ever since. It gets heavy use in my engineering classes and gets a lot of "whoa, what's THAT?" comments by people with TI-89 Titaniums. I like the bigger screen.

Reply to this comment    30 May 2005, 21:10 GMT

Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Timmc Account Info
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Your suggestion still implies "a graphing calculator". So you'd take into account the calculator you've had the longest.

Reply to this comment    31 May 2005, 06:48 GMT


Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Tails-Prowler Account Info

Well there in you're fact lies a problem :(. TI-84 Plus and the TI-84 Plus Silver Edition havent even existed for a year yet. :).

Reply to this comment    31 May 2005, 10:31 GMT


Re: Re: Re: How long have you owned your graphing calculator for?
Patrick Stetter  Account Info
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If you want to get technical:

I owned my 83+ from Sept 2003-Jan 2005. I have owned my 84+se since then. So I guess the year on each was a bit of a stretch, but by school years it's pretty much been a total of 2 years. :)

Reply to this comment    2 June 2005, 21:55 GMT

Long, long, time.... Almost too long
Ranman  Account Info

I own a TI-89 (HW1) and a TI-92 Plus. My first TI graphing calc was a TI-92 (HW1) that I bought in 1995. In 1998, I sold it on eBay and used the money to purchase my TI-89. I bought two TI-92 Plus at a flee market for $30. One of which does not work.

Does anyone need some spare TI-92 Plus parts?

I also own two Casio fx-6300G that I bought in 1990. It is probably the coolest graphing calc Casio ever made. It has 400 bytes of user memory and 40x25 pixel graph screen. I programmed a fully functional BASIC version of Scorched Earth using 390 bytes.

Finally... This one may really date me... I still own my Tandy Pocket Scientific Computer PC-7. If I remember correctly, I bought it back in 1984.

Reply to this comment    30 May 2005, 19:17 GMT


Re: Long, long, time.... Almost too long
Jerk  Account Info

I'd be interested in some spare 92 parts. I have a friend with a broken one.

Reply to this comment    31 May 2005, 23:35 GMT


Re: Re: Long, long, time.... Almost too long
Ranman  Account Info

Let me know what you need. The honor system applies.

Reply to this comment    1 June 2005, 02:25 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Long, long, time.... Almost too long
Jerk  Account Info

Check your email to find out what I need. Thanks for the offer.

Reply to this comment    1 June 2005, 19:33 GMT

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