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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

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PikachuSnowman wrote:
I have just finished up making a Microsoft paint-like program for the TI-84 + Silver Edition.  It contains these features:  The ability to draw line segments, circles, rectangles, and triangles, the ability to clear the screen, the ability to change the status of one pixel at a time (from on to off and off to on), a tool to make airbrush-like dots, a text tool, open and save features, and a feature which reverses the status of every pixel on the screen.

What else do you think I need.  Also, will you download this?  Will you purchase a TI-84 + Silver Edition so that you can download this?  The download is free and works with all TI-83 and TI-84 calculator models!


I have no use for such a device or program, as my academic institution does not allow the use of said devices. Your attempt to have me expelled has been noted, good day to you.
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

Mar 15, 2007


Spo8 wrote:


PikachuSnowman wrote:
I have just finished up making a Microsoft paint-like program for the TI-84 + Silver Edition.  It contains these features:  The ability to draw line segments, circles, rectangles, and triangles, the ability to clear the screen, the ability to change the status of one pixel at a time (from on to off and off to on), a tool to make airbrush-like dots, a text tool, open and save features, and a feature which reverses the status of every pixel on the screen.

What else do you think I need.  Also, will you download this?  Will you purchase a TI-84 + Silver Edition so that you can download this?  The download is free and works with all TI-83 and TI-84 calculator models!


You're living in the past, man.  TI-89 Titanium is where it's at.


I know that my calculator is obsolete, but it is the most advanced one that I am allowed to use.  More advanced ones will do certain things for you that you are supposed to know how to do on paper for the class which I am currently taking.
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

Mar 15, 2007


Brown Thunder wrote:

mercx360 wrote:
?? How are you supposed to draw with a calculator...



It's a graphing calculator.  I would dowload it if I had the cable to hook my calc up to my computer.


Same here, my teacher made us delete all our games, so now I get really bored in math class. I even had mario, it was awesome.
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

Mar 15, 2007


PikachuSnowman wrote:


sony32 wrote:
I don't know if you are joking or not...
 
So I will be on the safe side and say yeah.


I am not joking.


Grow up kid. Stop taking credit for programming that has been in the TI-82 and carried on to later versions. The draw feature has ALWAYS been in the calculator itself. Just go to the graph, and then push 2nd>PRGM. This will give you options such as the pen, line, points on & off, etc.

PikachuSnowman you are not funny.






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