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  1. Conway's Game of Life for the TI-84+CE
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway's_Game_of_Life

    The Game of Life is a cellular automaton created by John Conway in 1970. This is an implementation for the 84+CE graphing calculator.

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  2. F1C is a souped fractal grapher in C with many features: use the whole screen for artwork rather then just the Graph Screen; plot Mandelbrot and Julia fractals; adjust pixilation range from 10x10 pixels to 1x1 pixel; customize iteration range; you can even zoom. The mystery of fractals is now easily accessible to everyone. This update provides support for the latest versions of the Clibs.

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  3. Nim is a classic mathematical game of strategy in which two players take turns removing objects (in this case, marbles) until there is only one of the object left. There are many variations on the game, Nim, and my program is one of those variations. Please enjoy this simply, but fun game.

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  4. S2C is a Strange attractor grapher in C with many features: use the whole screen for artwork rather than just the Graph Screen; plot the Lorenz system (sorry, that's it for now); switch between dot and line modes; and customize the number of iterations. The mystery of fractals is now easily accessible to everyone. And, if you haven't already, check out F1C on Cemetech as well! Note: the screenshot is slightly out of date.

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  5. This is a quick and simple implementation of Conway’s Game of Life. I’ve included the source, which should be pretty clean, though I’d appreciate any tips for optimization.

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  6. With this program you can calculate the day of week of any given date!

    When you try to calculate on what day of the week a date was using the DayofWk( command, you might have noticed that the answer wasn't correct.
    I don't expect you'll have seen that though, but I've tested it with several dates and I can tell you it isn't correct.
    If you want to know more about this, you can read the 'readme' file.

    I've in this program made a settings part, in which you can set everything for your country.

    I really want to thank one of my classmates, who can calculate a day even out of his head, also for the Julian calendar.
    For this release I also want to thank PT_ and Fghsgh for their help.

    Current version: 1.2.1

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