Ark is an assembly program for running compiled assembly programs from strings in TI-BASIC. It is built for both the TI-83/84s and the TI-84+CSE. Ark will run the compiled assembly programs whether they're archived or not. Ark will load the compiled assembly program into RAM, run it, then re-archive it again.
The example provided in the screenshot is this:
This will run the assembly program "prgmHELLO". It will unarchive the program, run it, then re-archive it. As show in the screenshot, the program "HELLO" is stilled archived even after being ran.
You can also load a program from a string variable. Such as:
Disp "Program name:"
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