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string latin = "latinwordnumber1";string latin = "latinwordnumber2";string latin = "latinwordnumber3";string german = "germanwordnumber1";string german = "germanwordnumber2";string german = "germanwordnumber3";// Super-Random-Generator-Searching-For-Words-You-Dont-Like-By-Counting-Words-You-Have-Done-Right-And-Choosing-The-Ones-You-Dont- //Likerandom(); // wow, we got a 1 here, so output:OUTPUT(latin); // That's "latinwordnumber2"// then output the right german word and some other false, of course randomly (for example not the right word being the first always)OUTPUTRIGHTWORD(german);OUTPUTOTHERWRONGWORDS();//then check for input, find out if he pressed the right word, if not, say him the right solution, and if right, add 1 point for that wordJUDGE();
Think of a quiz show. You get a latin word, and some other words in the language you have to translate to. One of these words is right, and you have to pick it.And to realize that, you have a kind of pool of latin words, and a pool of german words. For better learning results it is also more likely to choose latin words you didn't answered correctly yet.I wrote my latin vocab test today - and already used my calculator program for learning. I knew anything I had to know (vocab-wise) and I just learned like 20min. That's it for me. But I want to make this usable for others by: - portable code - an editor to input the words 'you have to know' without recompiling - maybe some other modes for learning, which are more funny then a quiz or more challengingbut in order to realize this, it would be kind if you give me some ideas. And maybe also don'ts for the portable code: I don't know much of TI but on my casio I only have 8kb of RAM (afaik) but I can load language packs from flash.If you might have strange learning methods which could be implented, tell me as well!I hope you understand my ideas now, but it's hard for me to explain since I'm not native english
That is clearer now. ALso TI calcs had a 8 KB limit as well but there are tricks and tools to circumvent it. Feel free to start a new topic for help if you need specific one for porting Casio programs to TI or if you need TI help in particular.Also I like the idea of an educational calculator game.
- what screen sizes should I support? - custom characters (non latin fonts, for russian?) needed? if so, any ideas? - max. file size? chunk file loading? which file format would you think is best? - max. number of characters per word? - any ideas for cool learning modes?
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