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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

Nah, just strings it seems. But I assume the largest file size for any variable or appvar would be 65535 bytes and more for Flash apps.
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DJ Omnimaga

So I just sent OS 5.1 to my TI-84 Plus CE and I am impressed at how fast this update went compared to TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition OS 4.2 (less than a minute for the CE and over 6 minutes for CSE)

So yeah, basically OS files for calcs have the following extensions:

82+/83+/83+SE: 8xu
83+USB/84+/84+SE: 8xu
84+CSE: 8cu
84+CE: 8eu
83 Premium CE: 8pu

Interesting that the two CE models have different extensions, when the TI-83+ and 84+ shared the same one.
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Adriweb

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on September 08, 2015, 05:55:17 AMInteresting that the two CE models have different extensions, when the TI-83+ and 84+ shared the same one.
I suppose it was because before MP OSes, it was basically the same, whereas for the CE, a big chunk of math-related things (well, the exact math engine) isn't there, so it's sufficiently different to warrant a different extension, and make it very clear it isn't the same.
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DJ Omnimaga

Well, if we compare the TI-83+ OSes with MP OSes, there were some drastic additions as well and the 84+ OSes from back then, while they didn'T have a lot of new extras, would not install on a 83+ and vice-versa.
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Adriweb

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on September 08, 2015, 07:13:11 AMWell, if we compare the TI-83+ OSes with MP OSes, there were some drastic additions as well and the 84+ OSes from back then, while they didn'T have a lot of new extras, would not install on a 83+ and vice-versa.
Sure, but even TI wouldn't change an existing file extension :P Especially since they're getting low on 3-letters 8** names now....
They should just use more letters, it's not like it's impossible. Quite the contrary....
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DJ Omnimaga

Yeah they could use 4 letters if they wanted to. They'll have no choice at some point.
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Unicorn

I guess thats true, unless they change names drastically.
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DJ Omnimaga

Imagine if every single model number  (eg TI-82, 82 stats, 76.Fr, etc) used different extensions. It would have become ridiculous O.O (and it wouldn't have been a surprising move from TI, back then.)
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Unicorn

lol, and sharing program would have been crazy
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DJ Omnimaga

Not necessary. I mean, we can even send TI-82 programs to a 84+SE via link port.
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c4ooo

So yea. I tried the CE for a day when i borrowed it from my friend. I love the slick design and the almost instant file transferring, but i think the buttons are too blocky, and that the arrow keys are WAY to small. Also, the menus and stuff still seem sluggish like on the SCE.

Araidia

Quote from: c4ooo on October 30, 2015, 04:44:43 PM
So yea. I tried the CE for a day when i borrowed it from my friend. I love the slick design and the almost instant file transferring, but i think the buttons are too blocky, and that the arrow keys are WAY to small. Also, the menus and stuff still seem sluggish like on the SCE.
D:
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c4ooo

Quote from: Araidia on October 30, 2015, 05:21:31 PM
Quote from: c4ooo on October 30, 2015, 04:44:43 PM
So yea. I tried the CE for a day when i borrowed it from my friend. I love the slick design and the almost instant file transferring, but i think the buttons are too blocky, and that the arrow keys are WAY to small. Also, the menus and stuff still seem sluggish like on the SCE.
D:
Well, tbh, it is much better then the CSE. Also, tbh, i dont realy care about the blocky buttons, (ime just used to rounded ones :P ) Yet i still think the arrow keys are too small.
If some one was just getting into calc programming, i would recommend the ti84+, although my main resone for doing so is becouse the 84+ has more resources and help  :P

DJ Omnimaga

IIRC PHASM will soon allow jumping to labels, so perhaps that could solve parts of the slow menu issues.
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DJ Omnimaga

So I was wondering who here on CW had a 84+CE or 83PCE already and who is planning to get one?


And who plans to program on them in the near future, especially now that an online C compiler is arriving?
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