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Getting started with TI-84 Plus CE Programming [ASM] [ICE] [BASIC] [emulator]

Started by DJ Omnimaga, March 25, 2015, 10:36:41 PM

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DJ Omnimaga

Indeed. That said, like I said in the other thread, eventually, a community emulator would be a great thing too :)

Also @tr1p1ea should share some of the progress he made on xLIBCE here :)
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Unicorn

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DJ Omnimaga

This has to be a pack of 5-10 calcs. There's no way a store can charge this much unless it was a mistake... O.O
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Unicorn

It might be a pack, butthat really suprised me.
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alexgt

I poked around and clicked on package contents and:
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Unicorn

You you think it comes with an extra bat? A bat doesn't cost 350+ $
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DJ Omnimaga

Probably just a store trying to rip people off.
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Unicorn

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DJ Omnimaga

By the way, something I found out about the CE is that it doesn't seem to be very good at keeping a charge when unused for extended periods of time. It's not as bad as the TI-Nspire CX, who loses its charge after 2 weeks in deep sleep mode, but now it's running low on battery since its last charge last month, while my CSE once remained full even after half a year without a charge.

So yeah, if you store your calc in the drawer for the Summer, make sure to check every 2 week in case you need to charge it.
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Unicorn

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 13, 2015, 05:28:20 AM
By the way, something I found out about the CE is that it doesn't seem to be very good at keeping a charge when unused for extended periods of time. It's not as bad as the TI-Nspire CX, who loses its charge after 2 weeks in deep sleep mode, but now it's running low on battery since its last charge last month, while my CSE once remained full even after half a year without a charge.

So yeah, if you store your calc in the drawer for the Summer, make sure to check every 2 week in case you need to charge it.
I thought they advertised it would stay charged over the summer?
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DJ Omnimaga

Indeed. But from what I saw, I think by the end of the summer, if my calc was not used for 2 months, it would probably have near dead batteries.
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Unicorn

Hmm, maybe theres a ghost in your housing up the batteries :P I wonder if other people have had the same problem.
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Snektron

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Unicorn

Quote from: Cumred_Snektron on July 28, 2015, 07:31:35 PM
Does it help if you pull out the battery?
That has helped me in the past when my calc wouldn't charge. I've done it ~3 times.

Leave the bat out for 3 minutes.
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DJ Omnimaga

Do you mean removing the battery everytime the calculator is not in use or simply removing it for a few minutes then putting it back in?
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