What is TI-92 Fourth? I got a TI-92 Plus recently and wanted a project for it. At the same time, I'd been reading a lot about the stack based programming language Forth. Because I really didn't understand how Forth actually works, I took (completely ripped off) some of Forth's syntax, and added in a few touches of my own.

    Allows defining and reusing of commands in program
    Allows reusing usermade commands.
    Technically Turin complete (with jumps based on multiplying offsets for jumps by the result of a condition)
    I/O with pixels and text
    Memory commands (reading and writing)

    interactive prompt
    More premade functions

Disclaimer: Written in 68k basic. I can't program in assembly on the calculator until my link cable arrives in about a week...
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