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josh davis  Account Info
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     5 July 2000, 17:47 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Stephen Shin  Account Info

I am soon hoping to release Millenium Software's Super OS. (it doesn't have a name yet) It will feature graphing, calculator, program running without having to edit any programs, and about everything your claculator can do. I hope that i can make an assembly program that allows to you even write basic programs from inside the OS.

     14 July 2000, 23:55 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs

Has this been released yet? If so, where can I find it, and what is it's name?

     4 October 2000, 20:13 GMT

New programming language
Stephen Shin  Account Info

I am working on Bescs, a new programming language. I am hoping it can be written on the calculator and then converted into basic or assembly. Also, I am making a computer program that will convert Bescs code into Basic

     15 July 2000, 00:02 GMT

Zac Targac  Account Info

Speed Publications.
we program for 83 and 83 plus but we need a porter please email me @ ZWtargac@hotmail.com if you can port if you reply to msg i will not read it.

     8 April 2001, 05:06 GMT

PuRPLe_cOw  Account Info

i might be able to prot some stuff for you, just email me what you need ported.

     10 June 2002, 01:22 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Rob Sowby  Account Info

Yes - a new edition of the popular Windows 2000 Family by SowbySoft. New version includes upgraded NotePad, new icons, and displays free RAM, among other features.

     15 July 2000, 04:14 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
RCTParRoThEaD_  Account Info
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shut up.

     31 July 2002, 01:21 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
John Lee  Account Info

Yes shut up. I hate Windows 2000. It's just another minor improvement of the world renown security hole...er...I mean Windows 98.

     20 May 2003, 18:23 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
A2ProgAndrew Account Info
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ok this idea hasn't got very far yet but i'm working on a program which converts calc files into sound and records them on a micro-cassette tape. they can later be played back into the calc. i don't know how much you can get on a tape yet, but it should record at about 9600bps. however i can't be sure that this will even work. i also need some hardware that will switch the link port lines based on an audio signal input from the tape deck. i think it will be just a simple transistor, but it might be something more elaborate. It is intended as a cheap but slow expansion device. all you need is a microcassette deck with 2.5 mm earphone and microphone jacks and some device to turn the link port on and off. i will be working on the software after the hardware part is done.
a^2 programming

     3 September 2000, 23:54 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
A2ProgAndrew Account Info
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For some reason the tape deck doesn't seem to drive the TI's link port correctly... i think it's because the output level is constant and only the frequency changes... anyone have any ideas as to how to demodulate a signal of a given frequency with hardware?

     5 September 2000, 02:50 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs

I'm not sure if this will be helpful, but doesn't cable tv use modulated frequencies? (I think so) Maybe you can look at an RF-Modulator (the things that make non-modulated inputs such as RCA-Video + Audio and modulate them so they come in on ch3 or ch4 on a tv. this may show you how to modulate and/or de-modulate different frequencies onto a cable/wires.

     4 October 2000, 20:00 GMT

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A2ProgAndrew Account Info
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no the signal gets onto the tape just fine i need a way to detect the signal coming back into the calculator.

     6 October 2000, 02:05 GMT

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A2ProgAndrew Account Info
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btw does anyone know anything about a z80 C compiler called 'sdcc'? i've been playing with it and it doesn't seem to work right. if anyone has got this compiler to work can you drop me an email... waves65536@aol.com

btw the url for sdcc is:


i was going to try to make a c compiler for the 83+ with it. i don't know how big the code is etc... i don't know if it would work...... (it may become something like the tape deck idea.......)

     6 October 2000, 02:08 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Jared Grabill  Account Info

Ouch. That could have dangerious results it it even worked....
Infact I tried somethig msimilar to that involving Video and audio tape. It' diddn't work.
The problem is that the tape is analog, and the signall from the TI calc digital. You would need to create a D/A and an A/D (Digital to Analog and Analog to Digital) converter. Even still, the tape recorder's voltage may fluxuate causing a very bad result. The data returning to the TI calc would be all jumbles and stuff. Yuck. What you need is the create some hardware drivers that let the TI communicate with a floppy drive. Now, then you'd have a very powerful calc, and you'd be famous too!
Good luck, and May I suggest, If you want to really get into it, reading some books on the subject. You can get little cheep guides and toutorials and explinatins of Data storage and stuff as Radio Shack. Also they even tell you haw to make a D/A and A/D converter...
Feel free to write back. Honestly, I don't know much on the subject, my friend is an electronics guru. I'll ask him for you.

     7 October 2000, 04:16 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Jared Grabill  Account Info

WOW! It's jared and I got an Awesome Idea just a second ago. Why use audio tape? Use a Digital Voice recorder!!!! D-Voice recorders store audio segments kinda like files. You could play back certain "files" on the recorder. The hard part would be getting the calc and the recorder to sync. Another pus is that most have the same size mic plug as TI cals have for their transfer ports. You could just use yor link cabel. Even still the recorder plays back digital audio and would make a very nuce transfer. My friend has a nice one about the size of a pager and he got it for $60 somethin on E-Bay, new, from the manufacturer. The retail price was $100 so you could probably afford one. You'd have to look into it and see what the sampling rate is to sincronize it to your calc. I'd be glad to help in the future....

     7 October 2000, 04:41 GMT

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Justin G.  Account Info
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This is a very cool idea and it certainly leaves room for a lot of calc space but maybe it can be revised into a ram dump unit bootlegged off of a data collection device (ex. CBL) and a memory storage device. The truth is, that there is a lot of cool experiments possible but if you want it more then you want to build it, you should beg TI to make this kind of peripheral. Eigther way you have alot of asm on your hands.

     27 November 2000, 03:56 GMT

Tape Deck
Dan Brennan  Account Info

Well, if you think about it, you could use a transformer to boost the calc's signal and use it to drive a relay coil wrapped around a magnetic reed relay that would close a circuit with a small battery matched to the voltage of the signals. That way, you could keep your calc on a seperate circuit, and still send signals!

     26 November 2000, 13:43 GMT

E-2 port work...
MAeslin  Account Info

Anybody here working on a TI-83/83+ port for the Expander-II?

It's the only detail I'm waiting for before I buy one of these...

(I don't know any asm and my Basic is "GW" aged... )

     4 October 2000, 17:10 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-83 Plus Miscellaneous Programs
Charlie Bauer Account Info

I am writing a grade program that will calculate grades for 6 classes. I would like suggestions for options that my program will have, so please give me ideas! Thanks!

     22 October 2000, 06:02 GMT

Password Pro v1.0
Eric Pasch

I have recently posted Password Pro v1.0. It is one of the best password rograms written in basic. It should appear by the end of this week. Once it shows up, I would like you all to check it out and reply to this message with any imporvments, or bug fixes, or what ever you would like. I have already started on v2.0, but I want to know what you all want in it. Thanx.

     24 October 2000, 00:42 GMT

Re: Password Pro v1.0
Eric Pasch
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Okay, it has been posted. Now I want everyone to try it out. I will give you till 11-03-00 to reply with your input. Otherwise, I will post what I have. I have given a link to the program. Thanx for you help. Oh, and I can assure you that there are no bugs in this program. This is not a Beta program. This is simply to help me make v2.0. Thanx.

     26 October 2000, 19:44 GMT

Re: Re: Password Pro v1.0
web_patrick  Account Info

Hey ERic...um... i have made an asm program called password pro 1.0...just so you know i made this program and was decisive on the name before i ever came accross you basic program....i hope this will not cause any problems...and i think you should give an e-mail address

     29 December 2000, 08:03 GMT

Re: Password Pro v1.0
Jeups  Account Info

I haven't even downloaded it yet...but I'll tell you why not to bother with password programs in BASIC. Press the "on" key. Voila. Password cracked.

     3 December 2001, 00:32 GMT

Re: Password Pro v1.0

There's absolutly no point in making a password program in basic. All you have to do is press ON and the program would quit.

     3 May 2001, 05:10 GMT

Re: Re: Password Pro v1.0
BigRedDog Account Info

Well, it is pretty pointless, unless the people around you are completly calculator illiterate and would only think that your password has to make sense and not include the "on" button. I made one in a few minutes that kept a kid in my science class stumped all period. I still wouldn't rely on a BASIC password program though, ASM is much better.

     7 May 2001, 02:20 GMT

Use my Safe Key Getter!
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I thought the same thing, and that's why I wrote the assembly program Safe Key Getterwhich can be found at the (Web Page) link above. It protects BASIC programs completely against [ON] breaks!

     12 May 2001, 20:01 GMT

Re: Use my Safe Key Getter!
RCTParRoThEaD_  Account Info
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i tried it and it fricken ROCKS! YOU'RE AWESOME MAN! w00t! to you!

     31 July 2002, 01:25 GMT

Re: Use my Safe Key Getter!
Andy Molenda  Account Info

If it protects them so completely then how is it that i broke into one of my own programs that used your [ON] blocker? How is it that i am supposed to configure my own program so it uses the asmprgm properly?


     10 October 2003, 06:08 GMT

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