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Questions tagged [ti-basic]

TI-BASIC is the unofficial name of a BASIC-like language built into Texas Instruments (TI)'s graphing calculators, including the TI-83 series, TI-84 Plus series, TI-89 series, TI-92 series (including Voyage 200), TI-73, and TI-Nspire.

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TI-BASIC interpreter for Fishstacks

Fishstacks is a deadfish derivative based on a stack the stack can only hold four elements when a fifth element is pushed the bottom element is kicked out and eventually printed out to the screen. I'...
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TI-Basic Bouncing Ball Animation

Anyone who has programmed in TI-Basic is likely to have written one of these programs. The concept for this program is simple. The "ball" represented by a single point that originates from the upper ...
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Tic Tac Toe (2 players)

So here we have a little game of Tic Tac Toe I've made. It runs well on TI-83/84 calculators and it doesn't seem to have any problems. However, I'd like to eliminate some of the code that seems bulky ...
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Roman numeral to decimal converter

Program written in TI-Basic that works on TI-83/84/+/SE calculators. Automatically detects whether input is a number of a Roman numeral, and converts to the opposite. Please try to optimize for size, ...
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Sieve of Eratosthenes for prime generation

I was originally going to write this intro as just being the bare-bones "here's my problem, here are some ideas, what do you recommend" format (which I am still going to follow, mind you), but I've ...
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Invert the colors of the graph

I've heard that Lbl and Goto use up memory that they don't give back. I've noticed clearing the RAM on my calculator frees up a ...
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“Is a number prime?”

I've come up with a very efficient way of finding if a number is prime, using TI-BASIC for use with TI-83/84/+/SE calculators. I am trying to optimize it however possible. ...
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Factoring a number

Here's my program for factoring a number. It works, but it's quite slow. I'm looking for suggestions for optimizing. The lines are indented just for readability. ...
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Double integral solver in TI-84

Here's a program I made for estimating a double integral over a general region. It's pretty accurate, but it's VERY, VERY slow. (Getting an accurate enough result takes about 30 seconds) Here's the ...
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TI-Basic file manager

Tested on my TI-84 Plus CE. Variables: F: Stores the file listing's ID N: Stores the current file's ID ...
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Simplify radicands

I am attempting to create a program that can, given an integer as input, simplify the radicand by removing all square factors. For use on my TI 84+ CE Code: for clarity reasons I've indented ...
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Adding vector functionality to TI Calculators

Although TI-83/84 calculators support multiple data types, such as real numbers, complex numbers, 1D and 2D lists, fuctions, etc., there is no data type for vectors. This program is my attempt to take ...
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D&D Dice Roller

Here I have a program I made to be an all-in-one Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition (it probably works for other games as well but this is the only one I'm familiar with and the one it was primarily ...