Get Started with the TI-83 Plus
The TI-83 Plus is a popular graphing calculator introduced in 1999, an upgrade of the TI-83. Improvements include flash ROM to use to store data, applications that run from directly from flash, and an easier way to run "no-stub" assembly programs. It maintains complete backwards compatibility with the TI-83.
1. Using the TI-83 Plus
- Using the TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus print book. Learn to use your graphing calculator for math, including everything from simple arithmetic to calculus, statistics, and advanced graphing.
- Downloading programs and games
- Linking and transferring files/programs
- Popular tools
2. Programming the TI-83 Plus
- Programming the TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus print book. Learn how to think like a programmer via TI-BASIC, complete with tons of examples and dozens of sample programs.
- TI-BASIC programming resources
- Cemetech TI-BASIC forum: ask and answer TI-BASIC programming questions
- Useful TI-BASIC routines and code fragments
- Advanced TI-BASIC tips and tricks
- SourceCoder, online TI-BASIC IDE
- TokensIDE, a TI-BASIC IDE for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.
- Cemetech z80 ASM forum: ask and answer z80 assembly programming questions
- External resources
- CPU: z80 (8/16-bit, 6 MHz)
- RAM: 24KB user-accessible
- Flash (ROM): 160 KB user-accessible for Apps/Archive (512KB total)
- LCD: 96x64 pixels, 16x8 Home screen text
- Ports: 2.5mm I/O
- Power: 4 AAA batteries