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SCS 2.00 coming soon to a theater near you
Roberto Perez-Franco  Account Info
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Well, I am working in SCS version 2.00.

I cannot offer any screenshot, but I can say that it is working great with biports... :o) the only left point to fix is ac() analysis, which is having problems with AMS 1.05

I'll fix that soon and release the new SCS 2 in the net for free. :o)

- Roberto:.

     18 August 1999, 09:31 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-89 Science Programs
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Hi Id just like to say EXCELLENT program... the only thing to make it better would be make it smaller in size (prob. not possible) and to add more components (making it bigger ironically) but very good program... maybe you could do something with my ideas in the ideas section? ;o) very useful ideas for eet majors

     29 September 1999, 15:26 GMT

Punnet Square program
JackNomad Account Info

I am working on a port for the 85's punnet square program found at www.ti.com. It is almost done on Valentine's day 2000. I am working on the di part. the mono part works perfectly.

     14 February 2000, 22:35 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-89 Science Programs
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I am currently working on a electrical schematic project and should be completed in the next week or two.There are a few screenshots on the link(homepage) above if you want more information or to take a look at the current status of the program.

     14 June 2001, 01:49 GMT

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Kellen Carpenter  Account Info

hi i am a new programer. I am studing to an EE and I would like to know if you finish that program for circuit anaysis. If you did can you tell me where to download it. Thanks alot

     11 June 2004, 02:04 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-89 Science Programs

I am currently working on a Physics Program that will do everything required in a high school physics course. It won't be completely finished until I finish the year and know what everything is, but if needed by anyone, I may possibly post the current version, which will have what I have covered until now. So far, it has Kinematics, Vectors, and Dynamics including friction. Pleas elet me know if you are in need of such a program and I will consider posting it for you. I don't want to let the program out too much uintil it is complete, but I will consider it.

     7 November 2001, 22:32 GMT

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drbebop  Account Info

i read youre article about your physics program, i am a begining freshman at college and i havnt had an ounce of physics, whats the name of your physics program seeing as how your posting was in 01'

     20 July 2002, 06:22 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-89 Science Programs

I am creating a Chemistry program that does most things. It includes a periodic table, solubility table, pressure and temperature converter, gas calculations (such as an ideal gas and effusion solver), stoichiometry, dilution, and much more. I'm currently adding electron configuration to it too. Not sure if I will release BASIC version or any other versions (there are 5) though. Currently being ported to ASM by a friend.

     15 April 2003, 02:40 GMT

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