- 15 Mar 2019 05:09:35 pm Permalink
I have a TI 84 Plus SE with the 2.43 OS. I was trying to do some specific output to the screen and realized it didn’t have the toString command which is in the newer OS. I don’t play around with the calculator that much to download the new OS. Just for kicks I wrote something that works. Since a lot of people here like to optimize code, I thought I would post it and see if anyone wants to optimize it or make it better. When the code is run, at the ? prompt, key in some value like .5 or √37 or sin(24). The result will be displayed on the same line as “Z=“ instead of the next line. It also prints out the full 14 digits of the answer if you display it on a line by itself. I just tried and realized that it doesn’t handle negative numbers. If a number is less than 1, it will print a leading 0 before the decimal point. The sub command can be use to limit the number of digits displayed.
If F ≠ 0