A few weeks ago, while working on my Polynomial Math Program, I came up with the idea of making a hook-based symbol interpretation program for the TI-83+ and compatible. Something similar to the application "Symbolic", but with some more capabilities. Yet I realized, sadly, that I lack the time to undertake a project of this magnitude. So, I came up with a different idea. Why not make it a community project? Where every willing developer with time to do so can contribute as much or as little as they like and the final project is authored by the community as a whole. The benefits of this is that it allows us get more done in a period of time than any one developer could in that same time. As a result, we can either increase its feature set, or just get it done faster.

my initial feature set was this:

- hook activated!

- It will support polynomial addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as integrals and derivates. It will also support solving equations with multiple variables in terms of any one variable. It will also support solving systems of equations for all variables, and solving equations with a single variable for that variable.

If you want to contribute, simply hop on over to this link:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R5MgUPEO1muFVD_8rArb5MsTiMA5M7KATDqquwZ3wKE/edit

That is a Google Doc. It contains the current source code of the program. I have already started a bit on input parsing. Peruse the list of routines or add one that you think has been left out and will be needed. Write the routine and post it onto the page. Then, go to the very bottom of the page, and add your name (or username) and what routines you did. That's it!

I am not sure if Cemetech has ever done a community project, but figured that if it works, I thought it would be an interesting undertaking. I don't know how members or admins feel about it, but I guess I'll find out.

Also cross-posted on omnimaga.

my initial feature set was this:

- hook activated!

- It will support polynomial addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as integrals and derivates. It will also support solving equations with multiple variables in terms of any one variable. It will also support solving systems of equations for all variables, and solving equations with a single variable for that variable.

If you want to contribute, simply hop on over to this link:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R5MgUPEO1muFVD_8rArb5MsTiMA5M7KATDqquwZ3wKE/edit

That is a Google Doc. It contains the current source code of the program. I have already started a bit on input parsing. Peruse the list of routines or add one that you think has been left out and will be needed. Write the routine and post it onto the page. Then, go to the very bottom of the page, and add your name (or username) and what routines you did. That's it!

I am not sure if Cemetech has ever done a community project, but figured that if it works, I thought it would be an interesting undertaking. I don't know how members or admins feel about it, but I guess I'll find out.

Also cross-posted on omnimaga.