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  ##      | Eigenmath port for the Casio Prizm (fx-CG 10 and 20)
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  ##      | Version v1.0 - Fri, 22nd Aug 2014
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########  | Developed by gbl08ma at tny. internet media.
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This is a port of the Eigenmath math engine to the Casio Prizm, 
in the form of an add-in, providing numerous math functions not 
available in the OS, including symbolic computation.
The official website of the Eigenmath engine is:

#### FEATURES ####

All of the functionality of the command-line version of 
Eigenmath is available on this port, with limitations consistent 
with the technical limits of the Casio Prizm platform. This 
means certain commands are going to take longer to execute, and 
certain ones won't complete due to lack of memory (640K ought to 
be enough for anybody, as if it's 1981 again).

Some features from the graphical versions and ports of Eigenmath 
are also available, with different UI (adequate to the 
platform), including:
  - Graph plotting (zoom in and out, move left/right/up/down as 
    with the OS);
  - Script execution and creation ("recording");
  - Ability to stop command execution;
  - Function catalog (with help for each function).
In addition to this, there are also some features exclusive to 
this port, some of which only make sense to include with the 
Prizm platform:

  - Output pretty-printing: while not as nice as the one done by 
    the OS on built-in math screens, this still is much better
    than what you get with most Eigenmath ports;
  - Bracket color-matching on command input (like the OS does);
  - 200 lines of console scrollback and 40 command history 
  - Session persistence (optional): exit Eigenmath, then open it 
    again, and everything will be there as before leaving,
    including console scrollback, command history and user
    symbols (custom variables and functions);
  - eActivity strip support; a script can be included in the 
    strip, to be run when it is opened;
  - Paste commands from system clipboard and copy commands and 
    results into the system clipboard*;
  - Most keys from the keyboard mapped to Eigenmath commands. 
    Pressing [sin] will insert sin( in the command line,
    pressing [Shift], [cos] will insert arccos(, pressing [ln]
    will insert log( (since Eigenmath's log is the natural
    logarithm), and so on;
  - Persistent custom functions supported: a certain file will 
    be executed as script whenever Eigenmath's 'clear' command
    is issued, just put your custom functions and constants
  - UI customizability: define commands to execute when certain 
    keys are pressed.
*OS<->Eigenmath translation not provided, although some 
expressions may run as-is.

  - Casio fx-CG 10 or fx-CG 20, running any OS version (01.03 
    and up is recommended);
  - 300 KiB of storage memory available (for the add-in g3a and 
    data files for session persistence);
  - 24 bytes of main memory available (only necessary if session 
    persistence is disabled, to store the preference);

To install, connect the Prizm calculator to the computer with a 
miniUSB<->USB cable. On the calculator, press [F1] when a pop-up 
appears on the screen. Wait for the USB connection to be 
established. When it's finished, your Prizm will appear on your 
computer as if it were a pendisk.

Copy "eigenmath.g3a" to the root folder of the "pendisk" (i.e., 
out of any folders but inside the pendisk; if necessary, 
overwrite the existing file).

The "eigensup.txt" file - this is the "startup script" 
documented on the usage instructions - can also be copied, but 
to a different folder:

 - On the "pendisk", create the folder "@EIGEN" (must be 
 - Copy the "eigensup.txt" file to that folder you created.
In the end, the file tree should look like this:
F: (or G:, or H:, or any other letter assigned to the "pendisk")
 |- @MainMem
 |- @EIGEN
    |- eigensup.txt
 |- eigenmath.g3a
 |- [other files and folders]

Safely disconnect the calculator and wait for it to finish 
"updating the Main Memory". When it does, you should notice a 
new Main Menu item, called "Eigenmath".

The first time you run Eigenmath you'll be shown a welcome 
message. See Usage instructions.
Please see this wiki page:

It explains you need to know about the user interface and 
additional functions of this port, but for information on the 
Eigenmath core itself, you should check its manual:


There are no compatibility-breaking changes, but two commands 
have been added ("random" and "finetiming"), and certain 
variables are checked to change the UI behavior.

For more information, please see the following wiki page:

This Eigenmath port, like most software, receives updates from 
time to time. You should check for updates to this add-in 
periodically, to ensure you have the greatest feature pack and 
the most stable version. To check for new versions, you should 
visit the following page:


If the above page isn't available, you can try checking for news 
at the tny. internet media website:


Finally, if none of these websites are available, or if you need 
to contact the authors, this is the email:



The add-in is available under the GNU GPL version 2. A file 
called LICENSE.txt should have come with this read-me and the 
eigenmath.g3a file. If not, the license is available online at 

The license for the current Eigenmath code is unclear, but the 
code used in this port is doubtlessly from the times when 
Eigenmath was released under the GNU GPL v2.

See the disclaimer at the end of this file or the messages on 
the about screen of the add-in (accessible from the Shift+Menu 

Distributing this Read-Me along with the g3a binary is not 

Any derivative work based on this software must clearly state it 
is not the Eigenmath port to the Prizm by gbl08ma at tny. 
internet media.

The source code is available on the following GitHub project:

The README on the GitHub repository contains the compilation 

#### LAST WORDS ####
This Eigenmath port is the result of over one year of research, 
work and extensive testing. Eigenmath itself has been in 
development for over ten years. That said, we or the original 
Eigenmath authors can't guarantee you will have no problems 
using the add-in or that everything will work as described. You 
are welcome to report problems to the contacts above, as well as 
modify the source code to your needs as long as you respect the 

We hope you enjoy using this Eigenmath port as much as we did 
developing it. And if this add-in ever becomes useful, you just 
found a secret feature ;)

Copyright (C) 2004-2013 George Weigt (http://gweigt.net/)

Copyright (C) 2013-2014 Gabriel Maia (gbl08ma) and the tny. internet media group

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public 
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  
02110-1301, USA.