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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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Unicorn

Woah, thats kinda cool... That looks like they are testing whether they turn on...
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DJ Omnimaga

Yeah, basically they use some sort of robot with three "fingers" that presses the MODE+ALPHA+LN combo and stuff to put the calcs in self-test mode.
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Unicorn

Interesting, do you know how they check that it works? Do they have some sort of color sensor?
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DJ Omnimaga

On a side note, @unknownloner on IRC last night mentioned something about the TI-84 Plus CE having support for 1 hardware sprite that is up to 64x64 pixels large that can contain up to 2 colors. How does it work? Is it a bit like the hardware scrolling on the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition and can that sprite be moved anywhere on the screen with zero speed drop, regardless of its size? Or does it work like Atari 2600 sprites?
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MateoConLechuga

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on June 20, 2016, 03:32:04 AM
On a side note, @unknownloner on IRC last night mentioned something about the TI-84 Plus CE having support for 1 hardware sprite that is up to 64x64 pixels large that can contain up to 2 colors. How does it work? Is it a bit like the hardware scrolling on the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition and can that sprite be moved anywhere on the screen with zero speed drop, regardless of its size? Or does it work like Atari 2600 sprites?
This is incorrect. It was originally believed that the lcd hardware cursor could be used for this purpose, but through much research into it for the creation of CEmu it was determined TI messed something up and it does not work at all.

DJ Omnimaga

Yeah I think the cursor is what he might have been talking about, or at least I suspected it had something to do with a TI-OS feature. Sad that it doesn't work, though :(
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unknownloner

Quote from: MateoConLechuga on June 20, 2016, 03:41:25 AM
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on June 20, 2016, 03:32:04 AM
On a side note, @unknownloner on IRC last night mentioned something about the TI-84 Plus CE having support for 1 hardware sprite that is up to 64x64 pixels large that can contain up to 2 colors. How does it work? Is it a bit like the hardware scrolling on the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition and can that sprite be moved anywhere on the screen with zero speed drop, regardless of its size? Or does it work like Atari 2600 sprites?
This is incorrect. It was originally believed that the lcd hardware cursor could be used for this purpose, but through much research into it for the creation of CEmu it was determined TI messed something up and it does not work at all.

Aww that sucks :(

  
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Adriweb

Well, it's still 1024 bytes of free RAM with very low wait state, so... yay?
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DJ Omnimaga

Could those be used for ultra fast low-quality graphics that need to be refreshed fast?
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DJ Omnimaga

Question: Does the TI-84 Plus CE-T (the European version of the TI-84 Plus CE released outside France) have ASM/flash app support? I am wondering, since the TI-84 Plus T doesn't support ASM programming: https://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=17651
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Adriweb

Yes, only the 82A and 84+T are the ones without third-party native programming support.
The 84+CE-T is basically an 83PCE without the exact math engine.
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DJ Omnimaga

Ah ok.

I wouldn't be surprised if the TI-84+SE eventually got replaced in North America with a model with no exam light, but also no ASM/app support and 1 MB of RAM instead of 1.5... It seems like TI only wants their higher end color ez80 calculator to be able to do advanced programming...
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DJ Omnimaga

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DJ Omnimaga

Update: What has changed apparently in OS 5.2.1 for the TI-83 Premium CE is that they fixed a major bug with math suites.
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