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Posted: 19 Jan 2010 06:40:15 pm    Post subject:

Hello everyone,

How are you? I am Tre and this is my first post. I own a v200 and am learning to program TI-basic. I wanted a manual covering everything in detail, ideally. I have collected most 68k (includes 89/a,92/+/V200) from Ti's website,, and TiBasicDev. I have noticed that most manuals cover a little bit of some things, but I have questions that come up sometimes when I don't have the internet. I have a laptop and can read documents on my phone but I don't have access to the internet at home. One of the questions that came up was how to trap request commands when I can't have the user inputting letters.

I asked ti for some info past the manual in an email and emailed Kerm from Cemetech(He's prob flooded w/ emails tho.) If anyone can point me in the right direction with either traps or detailed 68k tutorial/manual I would appreciate it.

Thanks for you time,

P.s. Sorry I forgot to say I want to learn TI basic. I like being able to program directly with the calc. I edited the text for first time viewers. I also checked out tifreakware and found out I can use the try statement to overcome the errror. I will continue reading through it. Thnaks!

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Posted: 20 Jan 2010 01:37:22 pm    Post subject:

Hey tre, I would suggest checking out tifreakware's site:
He usually has a good start for resources.
As for a manual I'm not sure on that one...I think TIGCC might have one or at least a collection of stuff.
has some information on assembly as well as linking off to TIGCC
Goodluck, I hope this helps a little.
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Posted: 20 Jan 2010 06:19:12 pm    Post subject:


If you're interested in programming calculators in C, you should look here:

TIGCC web page

That page also has a section with tutorials.
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