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Best calculator

Started by Alvajoy123, June 16, 2017, 05:45:56 am

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Which calculator would you buy

Ti-84 plus CE
Ti-Nspire
Ti-Nspire CX
Ti-Nspire CX CAS
HP prime
Casio

Alvajoy123

  :) Please vote I am thinking of getting a new calculator for programing if you think there are better calculator please reply :)
The maker of Xenon.

kotu

the Ti-84 plus CE-T is basically the same as a Ti-84 plus CE
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Alvajoy123

Quote from: kotu on June 16, 2017, 05:47:18 am
the Ti-84 plus CE-T is basically the same as a Ti-84 plus CE

I never knew I will edit it
The maker of Xenon.

kotu

btw. the best calculator for programming is the CE because it has C SDK
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Quote from: kotu on June 16, 2017, 06:52:00 am
btw. the best calculator for programming is the CE because it has C SDK

Yes but I have that calculator
The maker of Xenon.

kotu

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p4nix

Casio fx9860-GII master race.

GalacticPirate

Objectively, it's the TI-Nspire CX CAS, since Ndless allows custom programs in C/C++/ASM, emulators, Python interpreter, etc.

kotu

Quote from: STV on June 16, 2017, 09:11:01 am
Objectively, it's the TI-Nspire CX CAS, since Ndless allows custom programs in C/C++/ASM, emulators, Python interpreter, etc.


Ah, I didn't know that, see

Can you write and compile your programs on your PC do you know or is it only directly on the calc??
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p4nix

Besides that, I wouldn't really recommend getting a calculator for programming. First, you still have projects going on on the calculator you already own. Second, don't give that capitalistic calculator companies more money than they already have, and third, calculator programming doesn't really have a future other than being that nerd kid which (if you are talented) makes crazy stuff on the calculator.

GalacticPirate

Quote from: kotu on June 16, 2017, 09:15:54 am
Quote from: STV on June 16, 2017, 09:11:01 am
Objectively, it's the TI-Nspire CX CAS, since Ndless allows custom programs in C/C++/ASM, emulators, Python interpreter, etc.


Ah, I didn't know that, see

Can you write and compile your programs on your PC do you know or is it only directly on the calc??

Yes, and I think this is pretty much the only way to go :P (with the Ndless SDK on a computer)

AmazoNKA

Casio prizm fx-cg10/20/50

Unicorn

Ti 84+ CE unicorn edition.



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