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I'm actually fairly sure that a straight quine is impossible in TI-Basic due to the impossibiity of including either a " or a -> in a string. I do know it's possible to write an interpreter in TI-Basic that can run a quine. Either way, I'm curious what other people have to say on the subject. Using an asm library is cheating Wink

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Hey, the trivial solution is definitely not a valid quine. Razz
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Hey, the trivial solution is definitely not a valid quine. Razz


Well, it gets points for "semi-creative cheating" but that was obviously not what I was looking for Wink
  
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