It's been a few years since I committed myself to a TI-Basic project, but recently I've found more time and I wanted to update a lot of my old projects. In lieu of classes and methods (I'm not java biased at all), I tend have a lot of helper programs to a single main program, which is really useful on my end but the user ends up have a bunch of files cluttering up their program tab.

Is there a way I can "hide" these helper programs from view while still being accessible by the main program?

Thanks in advance!
You might want to try internalizing the subprograms, so that they're all part of a single program rather than spread out over multiple. This tibasicdev page explains several methods for making internal subprograms.
You can hide TI−Basic programs via Cesium, but you'll have a harder time running them from another program.
commandblockguy wrote:
You might want to try internalizing the subprograms, so that they're all part of a single program rather than spread out over multiple. This tibasicdev page explains several methods for making internal subprograms.


Thanks for the inspiration! I'm going to play around with an idea of a 2 program system, one as the UI and one "application/data" layer. Hopefully that should make that easier to make versions for different calcs as well
  
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