I've been using TI-Basic to make my life with school and games I play easier. I recently started using SourceCoder3 (I don't like inputting text on the calculator) to make a program to randomize game settings for me and my friends. I know Java, Python and bash, looking to learn Axe and C/C++, possibly z80 ASM as well.
Hello,, I am glad to be a part of this community
I'm somewhat of an amateur with calculators in that I've only ever experimented with ti basic and the hybrid libraries but I am the president of a calculator club at my school and Kerm Martian has always been my hero(I have your book). I love the work you do. Thanks for one of my biggest hobbies.
Glad to have you [all] aboard! Be sure to head over to https://my.calcs.quest
and document your graphing calculator[s] for the community :)
Hello, I am a high school student in America. I have amassed a fair calculator collection (can be seen here https://my.calcs.quest/u/511
) and want to start learning to code in ASM. I want to focus on the eZ80 for my PCEs. I also want to get better at fixing old Z80 models as I got a set of broken ones and don't know where to start. Thanks for this website, I look forward to being a part of this community.
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