KMisthebomb wrote:
Thatís awesome! I played harp too until I moved to Japan (I moved this June). Iím also a new programmer and lots of other people here are too, so youíre not alone Very Happy .


Cool!
I also have a YouTube channel, but I don't want that anyone can link too much parts of me together...
So I mostly want people here not to know who I am in real live, and in real live, I don't always tell that I'm also here on this forum for example..

But I can give you the link to my youtube channel if you send me a PM if you want.
I only just don't put it right here in public, because then everyone here would also know my real name...
So I only give the link via PM, so I can know who knows it and who not.
That feels a bit safer than just saying it here publicly.

(I hope this is not seen as spam, it is just a reply.)
Hi! I am bipolar sheep! A basic programmer on all Casio Prizm calculators! Nice to meet you, I am currently waiting for my first program to be accepted!
Bipolar Sheep wrote:
Hi! I am bipolar sheep! A basic programmer on all Casio Prizm calculators! Nice to meet you, I am currently waiting for my first program to be accepted!


Welcome to Cemetech :D What does your program do?
_iPhoenix_ wrote:
Bipolar Sheep wrote:
Hi! I am bipolar sheep! A basic programmer on all Casio Prizm calculators! Nice to meet you, I am currently waiting for my first program to be accepted!


Welcome to Cemetech Very Happy What does your program do?


Its just a fun program where you get clues to find the first few digits of pi
Hi I-m Mitchell. I code ti-basic on my 84+ce, previously 84 and 83. I have a tendency to break things, hence being on my third calculator. My current project/research/dream is to make a linux-powered pda/phone thing (able to make calls/SMS and browse internet over lte and wifi) in the body/form-factor of a ti calculator, so expect all my posts to be related to that.
Hi! I am wavejumper3.
I have been programming ti calculators since i was 12.
I only know basic as of yet, but am trying to push it to the limits.
I have nothing to show for my efforts yet, as I only got a link cable as of 3 days ago, and had to delete programs when I was done with them.
I am a total geek, and will hopefully be active for a long time before I leave.
Hi All,

I found this site while looking for TI-84 emulators for my math students who are trapped at home without access to graphing calculators. (There's Desmos, but great as it is there are limitations.) This seems to be a great alternative, and more!

Very glad I found it!

Cheers,
Dave Murdoch
Math Teacher
murdochwd wrote:
Hi All,

I found this site while looking for TI-84 emulators for my math students who are trapped at home without access to graphing calculators. (There's Desmos, but great as it is there are limitations.) This seems to be a great alternative, and more!

Very glad I found it!

Cheers,
Dave Murdoch
Math Teacher

Welcome to Cemetech!
Its always nice to see teachers getting involved.
Hi, I'm pbj

I'm looking to learn how to program on a TI-84 Plus CE. What's a good way to start?
pbj567 wrote:
Hi, I'm pbj

I'm looking to learn how to program on a TI-84 Plus CE. What's a good way to start?


Kerm has written some books on programming, look into the C toolchain, and talk in the Forums and Sax, there are plenty of people online on discord and SAX (They're linked) that would be willing to help.
pbj567 wrote:
Hi, I'm pbj

I'm looking to learn how to program on a TI-84 Plus CE. What's a good way to start?

Just look around, maybe join the discord. Were all freindly, nobody bites, and we are here to help.
Wavejumper3 wrote:
pbj567 wrote:
Hi, I'm pbj

I'm looking to learn how to program on a TI-84 Plus CE. What's a good way to start?

Just look around, maybe join the discord. Were all freindly, nobody bites, and we are here to help.

well, I might, Wink
Wavejumper3 wrote:
pbj567 wrote:
Hi, I'm pbj

I'm looking to learn how to program on a TI-84 Plus CE. What's a good way to start?

Just look around, maybe join the discord. Were all freindly, nobody bites, and we are here to help.


Where's the Discord?
pbj567 wrote:
Where's the Discord?


Welcome! You can find us here Smile

*Apologies for the link to a link, but this way should the main Discord invite link change then all we need to do is update this article -- prevents broken links in the future.
Hi, I'm Liberal_Eater,

I've actually been lurking on cemetech for a while now but just now discovered this thread. I've done TI-Basic and more recently ez80 assembly, I started coding over the summer to pass the time during lockdown and now it's a hobby I find my myself doing every once in a while.
Welcome to the forums Smile.

I'm glad you joined and have found calc coding to be a good hooby.
  
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