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My own custom firmware for the RS-97 by Caleb Hansberry
[Today at 12:16:38 am]
_iPhoenix_ tries to do Assembly things. by Caleb Hansberry
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Cuisine Royale by xlibman
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My very own art thread by mazhat
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You know forum softwares are outdated when... by xlibman
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Zarmina by Juju
[July 14, 2018, 06:14:34 am]
X3D - A 3D engine for TI68k & Nspire Calculators by 123outerme
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CodeWalrus ads are shutting off on July 11th by xlibman
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Walrii fanartwalrusspritespixel artsprite sheet by xlibman
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eZ80-prettify by _iPhoenix_
[July 11, 2018, 12:20:32 am]
OEIS golfing! by Juju
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Gateway to Legendpc by _iPhoenix_
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Fredboat added to our Discord server by xlibman
[July 07, 2018, 05:15:10 am]
Google banned Rubby Bird 100 for not being mature enough by 123outerme
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Lawsuitpad... er I mean Wikipad review by xlibman
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March 04, 2015, 03:43:47 am by Juju
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Well, that was quick. As we said, we had some staff departures today:
- aeTIos lacks the time to do any admining, he therefore resigns;
- Streetwalrus don't have any time either, he takes a hiatus and may come back to the position at a later date.
So we're now in severe understaffing, as a result, we decided to close the site and made a closing post
. However, as we decided the fate of the website, we concluded the best course of action would actually to leave it open for as long as I can afford hosting it... So it is my pleasure to welcome you back to CodeWalrus, but it's not without some changes:
- Juju is appointed Supreme Overlord of CodeWalrus (er, wait, that sound's a little scary... Let's just say I'm the head honcho here). I takeover the website and I'll pay for it with my economies and the free credits I have left in my account. If you feel generous enough to help, I take Paypal and credit over here
On the goal of the site, CodeWalrus gives programmers, artists, hardware and software hackers and the like a fun hangout to discuss together between geeks of projects in progress or just whatever, not just about TI, but yeah pretty much everything. The same rules applies under what's left of the administration, so nothing illegal, although I advise crossposting your projects on our friends at Omnimaga
So, welcome back on CodeWalrus!
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at 06:27:13 pm by xlibman
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I wonder if anyone here is into games like PUBG? Because recently there is a new Battle Royale game called Cuisine Royale that went in public alpha on Steam and I was surprised by how polished it is. If you prefer PUBG style to Fortnite but can't afford the former, then you might have more bang for ...
July 14, 2018, 05:47:19 pm by gameblabla
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Hello guys,Last month, two people have donated to me 2 RS-97, a chinese knockoff console with an Ingenic JZ460 SoC clocked at 600Mhz with a horrible screen of 320x480. (but with an aspect ratio of 4:3, kind of like the much infamous CR4 Ti-nspire...)
Anyway, after working almost a week on it, i...
July 11, 2018, 12:20:32 am by _iPhoenix_
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Today, I wrote a small tool to make your eZ80 programs prettier entirely in the broswer
- adjusts your indentation so it stays with the stack, assuming you are using push/pop. (I'm not sure if I can check other methods, like directly manipulating t
July 09, 2018, 12:16:43 am by _iPhoenix_
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Alright, so I've taken up learning Assembly, now that I am more comfortable with middle-to-lower level languages like C and C++, and I've progressed to the stage that I can start to write crappy programs now.
Here's my first actual assembly program. It's pretty bad. You can mo...
July 07, 2018, 05:15:10 am by xlibman
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The popular music playing bot Fredboat
has been added to our Discord server. If you hang out in our music channels or would like to do so, then you can now listen to or share your favorite music there.
July 06, 2018, 06:34:03 pm by gameblabla
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After trying to resubmit my game Rubby Bird 100 for not complying with their COPPA rules;
Google rejected it again... for not being mature enough.
July 05, 2018, 03:16:43 pm by xlibman
Views: 156 | Comments: 0
-Haven't tested yet
-They're suing Nintendo over their joy-con controllers in a patent troll fashion, even though they only have 3000 likes on Facebook versus millions of likes and billions of dollars for Nintendo
-Every single pros...
July 04, 2018, 02:28:02 am by Zeda
| Views: 155 | Comments: 1
Hey all, I implemented the heapsort algorithm with some features inspired by Sean McLaughlin's
implementation. Heapsort operates in O(n*log(n)) time, so it is fast even as array sizes increase. The cool perk to Sean's im...
July 03, 2018, 11:37:01 am by gameblabla
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So ekeeke in 2011 or so made his emulator based on Charles's Mcdonalds's one non-free.
Why fork that emulator when we have MAME, Blastem or Mednafen as GPL alternative ?
June 29, 2018, 03:11:45 am by JWinslow23
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I figured I should put this here, because it might be lost if I don't.
This is a full English translation of the NES game Soap Panic. (Basically, it's the Japanese version of Bubble Bath Babes. Google it if you don't know what it is...but in Incognito Mode, of course.) As I cannot legally...
June 28, 2018, 12:39:25 am by Zeda
| Views: 224 | Comments: 0
Hey all, I have been playing with compression. I made a Python program that compresses data, such as a TI Image, as well as a calculator program that can decompress such data to the graph screen.
While the Python program is general-purpose, the Z80 program assumes that the input is a comp...
June 26, 2018, 06:36:55 pm by Zeda
| Views: 223 | Comments: 0
Hi all, I realized that I have a lot
of unshared results that I've worked out over the years! (Then again, I have a lot
of shared results
Today's is dealing with squaring 3-digit numbers.
If you aren't familiar with the Toom-Cook algorithm, read the spoiler! It's cool st...
June 26, 2018, 04:25:27 am by Zeda
| Views: 248 | Comments: 2
A fascination with fire is nothing new for humans, or even programmers. With that in mind, I wanted to give some insight into how to create your very own fire animations, like this:
In that program, I basically started from the top of ...
June 26, 2018, 12:26:08 am by Zeda
| Views: 194 | Comments: 0
A while ago I made Floatlib, an app that contained a bunch of Z80 single-precision floating point routines (as well as a few other helpful routines). My intent was for my own on-calc programming, so it includes in-app documentation. Anyways, I got bored and decided to make a program that draws the M...
June 18, 2018, 06:33:20 pm by _iPhoenix_
Views: 393 | Comments: 3
Block Ninja is a less-than-fully featured Fruit Ninja clone written for iPhone/iPad using the app Pythonista 3. (The app costs 10USD, but I assure you it is worth every penny of that. It is easily the best Python app in the app store with loads of features you will use and loads of features you didn...
June 16, 2018, 07:00:48 pm by _iPhoenix_
Views: 459 | Comments: 5
Inspired by this
, and highly inspired by the Programming Puzzles and Code Golf (PPCG) stack exchange. If there are any doubts with the rules, default to their rules.
You must take a sequence in the OEIS (it must be known that it ha...
June 15, 2018, 01:55:44 am by Juju
Views: 469 | Comments: 2
The Recamán Sequence is probably one of the most fascinating sequences in maths. It looks good, it sounds good too. Full explanation in the video below.
The image featured in this video in particular, it looks pretty cool so I reprodu...
June 14, 2018, 11:18:29 pm by xlibman
Views: 521 | Comments: 7
Back in the days, highlighting/mentioning every single user at once in an IRC chat room usually led to massive backlash or even an instant ban...
...but it's OK to do it on Discord?
Anyway personally I disabled @everyone/@here on every single server I'm on (even CW) x...
June 12, 2018, 10:07:42 pm by Woodrow
Views: 471 | Comments: 1
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June 12, 2018, 08:00:46 am by Juju
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Anyone on MacOS? If it's useful, I started a Homebrew tap for calc software cause it severely lacks calc software. If you don't know what this is, it's some sort of package manager for MacOS, just go on https://brew.sh/
and install it if you want. Then type these commands into Terminal.app:
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