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|RPN Calculator - Version 1.3||Minimum OS: 5.3.0 (5.2 might work) A Wikipedia article and the readme file can better explain this. This program simulates a Reverse Polish Notation calculator that computes more basic math in a different way. Example: "5^2=" would be "[Enter][^]". Or "2+3+3" would be "[2…||264||—|
|Hexadecimal-Decimal converter tool||This appears to be the very first Base 16-Base 10 converter program written in TI-Basic, at least for the TI-84 Plus CE. Simply input a hex value (or base 10 value), and it converts to the opposite-base result. This program has been tested and is able to be sent to a TI-84 Plus,…||341||4.5/10|
|Quick Overview of Metric Conversions||This program takes a measurement (a value and a metric unit) from the user, and provides the user 2 pages of 10 or 11 conversions of the initial value, making it convienent for the user to find a converted measurement they are looking for. Supports all the way from yoctometers (…||90||—|
|Memorized The Sequence version 1.1||It's a memory game that tests your memorization skills. This is one for the TI-84 Plus CE, and it's written in only TI-Basic! The object is to make it as far as you can without making any mistakes, by reproducing a sequence of flashing numbers via the number keys on your Calcula…||84||—|
|Memorized The Sequence version 1.0 (for 84 Plus)||It's a memory game that tests your memorization skills. This is a PORT to the TI-84 Plus, and it's written in only TI-Basic! The object is to make it as far as you can without making any mistakes, by reproducing a sequence of flashing numbers via the number keys on your Calculat…||32||—|
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