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pugboy


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Posted: 08 Jan 2008 09:23:16 pm    Post subject:

I am looking at the catalog of the nSpire, and the BASIC is very similar to the 68k calcs. I need to find a substring, but now there is no sub( command. Is this just on the nSpire, or the 89t too?
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Ph34r_my_l33t_skillz


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Posted: 08 Jan 2008 09:26:01 pm    Post subject:

Well, I can't tell you now, but in two days, I could. [/pointless bragging]

To be truthful, the reason I made that post was so I could be bumped up to 100 posts. I'm an official member now!

Also, I promise not to post just for the sake of my postcount ever again [Super Speler]

ehh... sorry.


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pugboy


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Posted: 08 Jan 2008 09:47:37 pm    Post subject:

Anyone else?
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dlrohrer2003


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Posted: 08 Jan 2008 11:40:14 pm    Post subject:

I don't claim to know enough about the NSpire (mainly because I don't have one), but for a 83x style sub(string , begin , length) on the 68k, mid(List or String , Start [, Count]) ought to work.

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AaroneusTheGreat


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Posted: 09 Jan 2008 02:02:26 am    Post subject:

Does the nSpire website have anything to say about this?
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Weregoose
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Posted: 09 Jan 2008 03:48:36 am    Post subject:

TI-Nspire™ Handheld Guidebooks

Look up left(), mid() and right().


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Recursive Acronym


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Posted: 09 Jan 2008 05:19:19 pm    Post subject:

We ought to open up new subforums for the nSpire.
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Ph34r_my_l33t_skillz


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Posted: 09 Jan 2008 05:57:03 pm    Post subject:

First, we need to have subforums for all the other calculators, too.
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DarkerLine
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Posted: 09 Jan 2008 06:02:15 pm    Post subject:

There's just not enough demand. Even this subforum is not that popular (existing mainly because of the confusion that arose from TI-89 topics that kept getting answered by TI-83 programmers)
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pugboy


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Posted: 09 Jan 2008 07:10:19 pm    Post subject:

mid( is perfect. Thanks!
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