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The Nspire CX, but make sure it can run Ndless first. It festures Lua, C, ASM, MicroPython, Squirrel and other languages. Basic on the CX sucks, though, compared to the 89, and neither calc has a significant userbase
Ok, I'm heading off to college soon and am thinking of buying a new calc. I will probably get some version of the nSpire or ti89. I am looking for a good balance between math functions and programming abilities. It would be nice to know if some professors ban a certain calc. Speed doesn't play a big role but any programming restrictions would be nice. (I won't consider a calc that has only basic)Does anyone have any comments on what I should choose?
Doublepost, yay Sorry to tell you but the calc is no longer available. looks like @Strontium was the first one contacting me ^^This originally wasn't ment as a "whoever answers first will win" thingy but who cares.One free calc for @Strontium. congrats to the winner.Guess the next time it'll be either a TI nSphire CX CAS or a TI84+, we'll see.(got a few calcs I havent used in ages and it'd be a waste if someone else would love to work on them)Edit: just realized shipping to USA isnt much cheaper than shipping to Canada x.xBut again same fee for up to 2kg. Anything else u wish for from Germany? ^^
Yeah I agree. The speed of some commands, especially polygons and graphics, is similar to CE C. Only for loops and stuff like that are on the slow side but even then a Mario game with parallax scrolling is feasible.
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