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Upcoming TI-83 Graphics Program
Klas Tybrandt  Account Info
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Are you interested of making grey-scale images for your calculator?
Visit my page if so!

     10 March 2000, 19:28 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-83 Graphics Program
Hacker  Account Info

Your download doesn't work!!!

     5 July 2000, 15:39 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-83 Graphics Program
Klas Tybrandt  Account Info
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Sorry, I've had some problems with compiler etc.......The download will work in 4 weeks or even earlier. Perhaps with some bonus fetures......

     27 July 2000, 23:38 GMT

Asaver Screensaver
Vampyro  Account Info

I downloaded all the screensaver programs on this site, and I was disappointed because none of them were really any good. I decided to make one of my own, called Asaver. It will be the best screensaver program for the Ti-83 by far. It should be finished in about a week, maybe less.

     18 August 2000, 14:38 GMT

Re: Asaver Screensaver
Vampyro  Account Info

I completed the program without much problem, but the graphics-based screensavers are very, VERY slow. I am going to make an asm version, but I'm not sure when it will be finished.

     22 September 2000, 23:12 GMT

Klas Tybrandt  Account Info
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The program for making grey-scale images for the calculator is ready!!!!!!!
It can be downloaded from programmingzone.cjb.net

     13 September 2000, 20:30 GMT

Re: Ti83bmpGrabber
Hacker  Account Info

Your program is awesome! In the next version can you make it have options for which shell it's for and a squish option? That's all for today...

     16 December 2000, 01:46 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-83 Graphics Programs
salua baida  Account Info

I seek TI-83 programs in differentiation and integration (for my Calculus class).
If you can help me, please Email me:

     18 April 2001, 23:47 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-83 Graphics Programs
Brian Dent  Account Info

The Ti-83+ and Ti-38 (i think) come built in for programs that do definite integrals and deritives. They're in the Math menu. nDeriv calcuates the deritive (a really really good approximation actually) at a point, and fnInt does the integral (see, integrals are fun!)...The syntax is nDeriv(function, variable (this is x most of the time), point), and fnInt(function, variable, lower bound, upper bound).

The calculator has a TON of very powerful programs built in..

     10 May 2003, 09:40 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-83 Graphics Programs
alex mccombe  Account Info

hey, i realllyyy need info on how to make games directly on the ti-83. I dont need to know how to d/l already made ones. Long story, but I'm in dire need! A reward is in hand, no materal possestions but perhaps I could program you a cheat command for you favorite onling or offline game. email me asap! alexmccombe@yahoo.com.

     2 September 2003, 04:12 GMT

how do you make games?
alex mccombe  Account Info

how do you make games on the ti-83? Is there any way to do it without purchasing software or cords? Please email me alexmccombe@yahoo.com . Reward is being offered!

     2 September 2003, 04:15 GMT

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