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I have some questions in order of how desperate I am to have the question answered:1. Does the amount of read and write operations on a calculator affect it in anyway? Will writing a lot eventually deem it inoperable? ex: USBs after a certain amount of time start failing after so many writes.2. What is the "best" calculator? (I define "best" as what you personally prefer, and say why.)3. This one is specifically for you calculator hoarders. I'm looking at you Dj Everything break eventually, so the question is: what is the cause of your broken calculators? Physical damage (blunt force), wear and tear, bought it like that, or something unexpected?
4) What is the most interesting calculator program that you've encountered. (Let it be pushing the hardware to the limits, or something you really like)5) Is C programming possible with the ti-84+ series of calculators? If so, is it even feasible?6) What big projects have you worked on? ex. Are you a pioneer of programming on calcs? Did you help create the first Mario clones? 6++) Explain your journey through the programming world, how did you start and where are you today?
Looks like you got a lot of languages under your belt. Very versatile.Skipping 3 grades is AMAZING! I love math, but am very terrible at it. I'm jealous of you, IPhoenix.Trivial Info:Thanks for all the help guys. Codewalr.us has helped me feel less hopeless about this stuff. In the past if I wanted to know something I'd have to look for hours, and most of the time I'd never find anything. You guys are great!
7) How should I go about making title screens and pictures and stuff. Should I make an assembly routine?//Here's my rough idea:10 Start HL at "byte 0" (The start of the drawing buffer)20 Draw on that byte30 Increase the HL40 Goto 20 until you've drawn everything
I never knew that there were Teacher Edition Calculators! If I ever get my hands on one I'd be a happy boy.I find it kinda funny that a lot of people have "incidences". It's apocalyptic out here!School is a bit of a show case, in my naive opinion is not too important. That's why we even do stuff even if we'll "never use it". It's so you can choose what you want to do when you grow up (Well you're beyond this point, lol). Brute force programs, doing stuff your own way, asking for help and using the internet is not allowed in school (What I say is a generalisation), but all that is allowed in real life. Why? I think they just want to see what you can do "naked", as an individual without tools.EDIT: I know how to rephrase this, yeah! They're teaching you to prepare for a worse case scenario if you're ever naked!OooOoo, you have a job! How hard is it compared to what you program as a hobby? I'd love to program for a living.
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