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|abbace.zip||5k||17-07-09||[Minecraft] Abba Caving Calculator|
Abba caving is an event done in Minecraft where the event handler finds a cave that looks like it will span down to level 15 or lower, and has users join them on a caving quest for a limited amount of time. The goal is to gather ores for various types (like diamonds, emeralds, lapis, gold, etc) and when the time limit hits, return back to the start point and the items get dumped into a chest for that player, where it gets counted and points awarded. After several such events that has been held on the Cemetech MC server, and having difficulties getting values sorted, this project was devised to speed getting scores for each player in the event, and to provide an accurate value of such. This program also comes with a timer that you can adjust from 15 minutes to 60 minutes, so you don't have to track time yourself. Happy caving!
|aclock_pcse.zip||1k||13-09-20||Analog Clock 2.0.1|
Analog Clock 2.0 is built specially for the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition color-screen graphing calculator, and will not work on other calculators. It displays an accurate analog clock on your calculator; press any key to quit. It will kindly save and restore your graph and window settings when it exits, and it will also leave your calculator in the degree mode (Radian/Degree) that it started in. Now with Doors CSE icon.
a simple ti-basic analog clock for the 84 plus c color, note, probably not 100% right, but should work.
|angle2.zip||13k||17-09-27||Angle of View|
ANGLE2: Do you have a camera and want to know its angle of view? Or do you just want to know what a specific angle looks like. Then this is a program for you. First you choose whether to enter values for the formula: 2*arctan(sensor size /(2*focal length))= angle of view, or if you want to enter the angle right away. By sensor size is ment the horizontal size of the sensor in mm, if you want to know the horizontal angle. If you want to know the diagonal angle you enter square root of the horizontal side to the power of two, plus the diagonal side to the power of two. ( sqr( s1^2 + s2^2) Pythagoras formula ). Then you enter the focal length in mm. The program then draws a circle sector with that angle. ANGLE3: This program can take several sets of values. It uses a list to host them. After youÃ¢ÂÂve entered them the program draws up the data one by one on the screen. OPTICS: This program lets you choose an unknown from focal length: F, size of sensor: S, or angle: A. There are three formulas in it, one for each constant.
|basicmod.zip||3k||18-05-15||BASICmod hybrid BASIC Editor for the TI-84 Plus CE|
This program will allow you to use many extra functions easily in your BASIC programs.
This program will allow you to calculate the days until your birthday in a fast method, as it uses a list to save the date of your Birthday and gets the date from the internal time features built into the calculator. Allows you to calibrate the date in the program, as well as recognize the first time you use the program to save work.
|bellschd.zip||26k||15-11-02||Bell/Time Schedule Reviewer|
This Program will allow you to keep track of your schools Bell Schedule, both in the program, and storing it in a PicVar to be viewed quickly. To install: Send BELLSCHD to your calculator using Ti-Connect or a similar program, using your usb cable. This is a basic proram, so all you have to do is hit PRGM, and scroll down until you find your program. Hit enter, then enter again to run. Make sure BELLSCHD is in RAM, and not in Archive. Make sure Pic5 isnt being used for anything important, and if it is, change the basic code before you run it. Have fun using this! To personalize this program to youe specific times, just edit the values in the BASIC program. About: Author: Caleb Hill 9th Grader interested in math and science Eagerly involved in basic and slightly complicated programming
Upload this onto your foe's (or friend's) calculator using the linking cable that connects two calculators. Use "2nd" "X,T,Î¸,n" "3" and on their's "2nd" "X,T,Î¸,n" "â" "Enter". Run the program and wait for them to come back. It is non-intrusive, and automatically quits after 100 cycles, so they won't be stuck if they don't know how to force quit programs.
|bullets.zip||1k||17-07-27||Rifle Scope Correction Program|
A small program used for zeroing scopes.
A simple calendar program. You start with the month and year that is stored in the calculator. Then, by pressing left and right, the month is changed. By pressing up and down, the year is changed. Requires Doors CSE 8.1 or higher.
This program shows you a table of characters not easily available on calc for the CSE, allows you to store the ones you want to a string to recall them into a program of your choice afterwards. Small updates have been made for ease of use.
Charz is a program designed to help out programmers who keep their calculator with them at all times and do their programming on the calculator. This program gives you access to over 100 characters not capable of being typed in. You can store multiple to a string in one run of the program and exit to paste the string into your program.
|chelsea.zip||5k||18-02-06||CHELSEA, the psychologist chatbot|
CHELSEA (Chatbot Harnessing ELIZA's Logic to Simulate Emotional Analysis) is a chatbot made entirely in TI-BASIC designed to mimic the behavior of a psychologist. Talk to it about your problems, and perhaps she might help. This uses techniques from 1966 that can pass the Turing test!
|clockc.zip||1k||18-08-30||A analog clock in color|
Just a simple clock in color with date
|clockmec.zip||3k||15-11-28||Clock Mechanics v.2.0|
Version 2.0 of the Clock mechanics program This will NOT work for TI 84-Plus CSE, as the menu bug (seen in the screenshots) will make it very hard to use This Program will allow you to take full advantage of the clock, date, and timer features of our calculator, without needing to know any of the tedious syntax for the functions. It allows you to Set the Time and Date, view a real-time clock, use the built in timer, and preform many complex calculations, including: -finding the Day of the Week -converting a large amount of seconds to Days, Hour, Minutes, and Seconds -finding the amount of days between two dates -set timers, and record time with the stopwatch -Find out how many days are left until your next birthday!
Enter a word, and it will be returned coded.
|coins.zip||10k||15-04-13||Coin Roll Counter|
This is a program that tracks the amount of rolls of coins you have as you roll them. A good program for someone dealing with a lot of coins during the day.
|colmode.zip||1k||14-01-01||Color Mode Selector|
Choose from one of 3 color modes: Inverted, 8-color, or default. 8-color mode does NOT make the calc run any faster. Uses DCSE8 libs.
This is a small-ish program that I made to help know what the number for each color is.
Send this to your calculator to roll a dice! Simply send it to your calculator and run. For color calculators only.
|dlotto.zip||1k||16-03-21||Calculus w/ lottery|
Megaball Lotto randomizer on first screen. If you press enter 3 times there is a lot of calculus/trig laws and tips
|edit.zip||173k||13-08-07||Graph Screen Text Map Editor v0.1|
This is a little map editor thing I started working on that can be used to make text maps on the graph screen with color for the text. This could be used for any matrix-based engine with a 10x22 matrix. It would take further code to make it work for other, similar engines. It's not the most optimized it could be right now, and there are probably faster ways to do a lot of the things I'm doing, but I was mostly just messing around.
|eightball.zip||1k||14-06-20||Magic Eight Ball|
Need a question to be answered? Magic Eight Ball is here to help!
|engine.zip||2k||14-09-01||Engine Todo List|
Engine Todo List is a Todo List program that keeps you engaged and productive by offering points (called Sparks) for each task you complete. Spend these points at the Motor Shop to customize your cursor and unlock minigames! Engine is fully compatible between the CSE and monochrome TI-83+ series.
|extrafunctions.zip||3k||18-04-28||Extra Functions Menu for the TI-84 Plus CE/CSE|
Extra Functions is a simple BASIC program that creates a hook in the OS and adds an extra menu when the user presses [alpha], [enter].
This will help you understand the getKey program.
This program is a simple sprite displayer that doesn't require sprites to be any specific size. You simply store the hex data that correlates to the table included in the readme for colors, tell the program how wide the sprite is and where to put it, and it will do the rest. It also contains 2 modes. Mode 1 displays the sprite on a normal 1:1 scale. Mode 2 displays the sprite in a 4:1 scale. I know this isn't the fastest thing out there, keep in mind it's in BASIC. It's mostly just to have it out there and ready now, and maybe inspire an ASM version.
ERROR:MEMORY caused by too many programs in your calculator? This program tells how to ARCHIVE a program to give you more RAM memory. Also how to UNARCHIVE the program when you want it again.
|insult.zip||1k||15-01-19||Shakespearean Insult Generator|
This is a Shakespearean insult generator. It can make 125,000 combinations of insults. To use just run and it will make one. Press enter and it will clear and ask if you want to generator another.
|ktane.zip||6k||18-09-16||The KTaNE Expert Program|
Made for the game "Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes". My goal was to create a program that could solve a module faster than what could be done practically between a defuser and an expert. Most of these modules are not interactive, so the calculator does all the 'heavy lifting' for the defuser. Some modules, such as "Keypad" and "Emoji Math" are so visual, that I think it would be impractical to try and communicate the pictures to a machine that works in text and equations. However, the calculator does excel at modules like "The Gamepad" or "Skewed Slots," which have longer manuals to read and are tedious to solve as an expert.
|libhelper.zip||25k||14-10-18||Library Helper CSE v8.1|
Library Helper CSE is an extensive manual to rise to the need of library information for those programmers that are always on the go. This library contains up to date (DCSE 8.1) information on the Celtic and xLIBC library functions found in Doors CSE, and requires the latest Doors CSE to run. It also includes the color chart used by xLIBC, and ASCII value lookup table, also used by xLIBC. A must if you don't want to carry 30 pages of notes around. Update to getkey to remove excess data that mysteriously made its way into the text.
|lottomaker.zip||1k||14-06-13||Lotto Number Generator|
This program simply displays 6 random numbers created from the number given to the calculator upon start. These new numbers can be used in the lottery! (V1.2)
A love calculator. It has a bit of graphics and you can use it to start rumors.
|mapedit.zip||1k||14-01-01||Matrix Map Editor|
Edit a map for a matrix-based game. So far, the only characters it can do are space, I, pi, and theta. It stores them to matrix [A] with the numbers 1,2,3, and 4, respectively. Way easier than typing it by hand!
|marioenemydb.zip||1k||14-06-27||Super Mario Enemy Database v0.4|
(v0.4) A database/catalog of the enemies seen in Super Mario games! As of right now, the program includes all the enemies from Super Mario Brothers (NES). This will eventually be updated to include more than 1 program and enemies from other Mario titles such as Super Mario Bros 3. If you have any ideas that you see may function well in TI BASIC for this project, Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
|megaballs.zip||1k||16-03-21||Mega Ball Lotto Randomizer|
Picks 5 random numbers(1-75) plus a 6th(1-15)
|menusos.zip||173k||18-08-19||Menus OS, The First BASIC Shell for the TI-84 Plus CE!|
Menus OS is a complex BASIC shell for the TI-84 Plus CE. It includes many features, including around 20 games and many more programs. v4.4.4
This Program will allow you to lock you calculator with a password, while displaying a cool animation that can set your calculators properties to what you want. This program utilizes ONBLOCK, a program developed by MateoConLechuga, to prevent escaping the program without the password. WARNING: If you do know the password while this program is active, the only other way to escape the program is to reset the calclator manually, which will clear your RAM To install: Send PASSCODE to your calculator using Ti-Connect or a similar program, using your usb cable. This is a basic proram, so all you have to do is hit PRGM, and scroll down until you find your program. Hit enter, then enter again to run. Make sure both PASSCODE and ONBLOCK are in RAM, and not in Archive. Have fun using this! Note. ONBLOCK is an ASM program, and if you want to use it as an invdividual program, run 0:Asm(ONBLOCK to turn it on, and 1:Asm(ONBLOCK turns it off. Acknowledgements: MateoConLechuga, for ONBLOCK, and his other amazing work on the TI 84 PCE About: Author: Caleb Hill 9th Grader interested in math and science Eagerly involved in basic and slightly complicated programming
|passwordcolorv1.1.zip||2k||17-02-15||Password Color v1.1|
The most secure password program for color calculators on the planet! Paired with OnBlock, you can set a password up to 26 keys long and lock your calculator! Have Fun!
This is a program for the Swedish Stryktipset, a gambling where you are to guess the outcome of 13 matches of soccer, by guessing either 1, X, or 2 for each match. However you can also guess 1X, 12, X2, and even 1X2 for each match. The three firsts are called half guarded and the latter hole guarded matches. One row of unguarded matches cost 1 Swedish krona, and for every half guarded match the price doubles. For every hole guarded the price triples. So if you were to put in 4 half guarded and two hole guarded you must pay: 2^4*3^2=144 Skr. This program gives you the best options for your money. You simply enter the amount of money you can spend, and the program gives you ( typically ) 2-4 possibilities in various combinations of half- and/or hole guarded options, with the money that is left over.
These are some programs aimed for the Swedish Stryktipset, consisting of various systems of hole- and/or half guarded combinations, in which you choose 1-13 options out of the systems for the matches you feel are safe enough bets. Stryktipset is a gambling in european football, which for a good part is made up of Swedish teams, but also a lot of English ones. The programs uses a MwC random generator: MWCINST.8xp and MWC.8xp, that you must install.
|tibelius.zip||12k||18-09-16||TIbelius Sheet Music and MIDI Sequence Editor|
This sheet music editor is written 100% in pure TI-BASIC. It supports Saving, Deleting, Editing, Playing, Compiling, and Opening files, as well as writing new files. TIbelius allows Bass and Treble Staffs with customizable tempo (BPM). Requires TI-Innovator Hub for playback of music.
|timail.zip||6k||18-09-16||Ti-Mail Calculator Email Client|
This is a simple email client for the TI-84 Plus CE. It supports accounts, sending, receiving, and resending of emails, changing settings, and much more.
Stop Watch and a Count Down Timer.
This is a program which evaluates the dividend you get from your system of the Swedish Stryktipset, regardless of its properties and the errors you might have made or not. The formulas used are from a website run by Martin Berglund, who obviously has good knowledge of math and statistics. I simply turned them into a program. You enter the correct result in string0, and then the outcome of your system in string3. Begin with quotation mark. Use commas to separate. Then just execute the program.
|tpo.zip||118k||15-03-22||The Potato One|
Strax, everyone's favorite Sontaran Soldier, is now portable and able to offer sound advice to you when dealing with the enemies of the Sontaran Empire! He offers up random strategies to help you potentially make it through your day. (This program is strictly for amusement and should not be taken seriously)
This is a program which contains all of the programs I have ever created, including a few games.
|wattyoda.8xp.zip||1k||15-02-08||Watts <-> Yodas|
Very simple program. Not optimized with loops and all that stuff. Just slopped together in one hour while at school. Nevertheless, this little program converts kilowatts to Yodas (yes, the green old little guy from Star Wars) and vice versa. This unit of power is straight from this article: http://what-if.xkcd.com/3/ TL;DR: a Yoda (Y) is equivalent to 19.2 kilowatts.