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Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
Jonathan Katz  Account Info
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Survey idea by shieldscool@gmail.com

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 05:27 GMT

Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
angel cyreneq  Account Info

Where can you get a program that can make games w/o programming?

Reply to this comment    15 June 2005, 01:28 GMT

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Timmc Account Info
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Mario Level Editor?

Reply to this comment    15 June 2005, 13:08 GMT

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Peter Fernandes  Account Info
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Search "The Games Factory" on Google. Personally, I wouldn't fel proud of a game I made by clicking and dragging objects onto the screen, but to each their own.

Reply to this comment    17 June 2005, 17:18 GMT

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burntfuse  Account Info
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Same here. I prefer my games to be split into at least 10 source files, and have > 5000 lines of code total. :-p

Reply to this comment    20 June 2005, 22:29 GMT


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Wabs  Account Info

I agree with you. I mean, to just click and drop objects onto the screen, I could see how that would be easier, but it wouldn't be as mean as much to me.

Reply to this comment    20 June 2005, 22:35 GMT


Re: Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
Josť Sousa  Account Info
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There is a program called Game Maker that can make games without any programming knowledge (well.. unless you want to make multiplayer games or something like that)

Reply to this comment    18 June 2005, 22:22 GMT


Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
Kyle Slane  Account Info
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I started programming in other languages then I looked at the code for a large math and science program for TI-83+ and saw how most of the functions worked and I am in the process of debugging a game that I will be posting soon.

Reply to this comment    19 June 2005, 03:55 GMT

Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
Andy Janata  Account Info
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Most of the stuff I figured out while just messing around (BASIC), but I peeked at the manual a bit. For ASM, well, I just took a look at a couple tutorials to learn the differences between x86 and z80. :)

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 10:51 GMT


Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
CajunLuke  Account Info
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That's funny - you knew x86 ASM before calc. ASM.

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 23:49 GMT

Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
redsoxfan Account Info

Well to begin I was self taught, but you can only do so much with the Disp command and labels, so I learned more from the manual. For what ASM I know, I learned it all from the great z80 ASM in 28 Days tutorial.

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 11:25 GMT


Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
Andree Chea  Account Info

Same here. I've read the entire manual (both the guidebook and 83pa28d) a few times, for extra measure ;)

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 15:34 GMT


Re: Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
LonePhoenix  Account Info
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my friend taught me what each command does for BASIC, and then i played with the commands, and now im much better than my friend.

Reply to this comment    16 June 2005, 02:43 GMT

Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
Sam Van Kooten  Account Info
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I'm self-taught with help from the CtlgHelp app for 83+ and one or two things from the manual.

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 14:04 GMT

Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
elfprince13 Account Info
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same thing. then I found various undocumented thingies online, and added Mirage and OmniCalc when I downloaded them.

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 20:05 GMT


Re: Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
elfprince13 Account Info
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sorry bout double post. that was for ti-basic. squirrelbox I learend from the tutorials. Java I learned from my dad. VisualBasic6 I took as a class (finished 2 semesters in one). Logo, HTML, JavaScript, VBScript, and a little PHP, I taught myself.

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 20:07 GMT


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CajunLuke  Account Info
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Java & C++ at school, TI-Basic (83+) from the manual, TI-Basic (68k) from testing and the online manual, and Cocoa from the wonderful Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X book.

Reply to this comment    14 June 2005, 23:51 GMT


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Jerk  Account Info

Does anyone know about a JAVA manuel that can be accesssed via internet and is free. I am trying to learn it and can't find a guide. (by the way, I am accessing TI via a computer the size of a palm pilot.)

Reply to this comment    18 June 2005, 18:25 GMT

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CajunLuke  Account Info
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If you know C++, just read source code.

Reply to this comment    18 June 2005, 20:50 GMT


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jesse frey  Account Info

in computer science we just searched on google for the topic we wanted (images, file io,...). we seemed to go to a similer websisght each time. then we found that metroworks code worior had online help that went to the same place.

Reply to this comment    20 June 2005, 21:42 GMT


Re: Re: How did you learn to program for your calculator?
Josť Sousa  Account Info
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When i started on the calc i already knew basic language (from the old QBasic help files XD) so when i saw what was avaliable on calc.. i just laugh at it... "this is the same!!" ... ti basic is quite intuitive..

Reply to this comment    18 June 2005, 22:27 GMT

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