[opensource] Re: [opensource-announce] Meeting Announcement:
10/24/06 - This Week in Slashdot!
swaney.29 at osu.edu
Mon Oct 23 17:40:49 EDT 2006
Yes. That is exactly what I'm talking about. However, some of my programs go beyond what anyone has ever seen (that I've met). I have one that is 2 pages, double-sided (so really 4 pages), 3 colomns, 8-point font, and even more complicated than it is long. It works quite well and you will never guess what it is for (except one person in the group who I showed it to before).
The ones on Wikipedia are mostly extremely simple versions of things I did in my free time. My simplest ones are recursive calculators the Fibonacci Sequence, Pascal's Triangle, and a short collection of riddles that loop back to the previous question if you don't get the (non-menu) answer right (quite fun for people who don't know what the [ON] button does). I don't have the time to copy such a long program to an e-mail, and perhaps you don't have the mail quota for it either.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alexander J. Lingo" <lingo.13 at osu.edu>
Date: Monday, October 23, 2006 5:08 pm
Subject: Re: [opensource-announce] Meeting Announcement: 10/24/06 - This Week in Slashdot!
> You're talking about TI-BASIC (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TI-
> BASIC). I'm
> pretty sure everyone has fooled around with TI-BASIC before.
> After the presentation/discussion proper, we can wander into
> talking about
> TI-BASIC. I'll see if I can find my TI-transfer cable so people can
> swaptricks and programs.
> On 10/23/06, BRIAN SWANEY <swaney.29 at osu.edu> wrote:
> > Would the only programming I know (TI-83+ graphing calculator)
> count as a
> > random discussion, or is that unwelcome? Their programming
> ability is
> > limited, so there is only one language (unless you count
> preparing a program
> > in assembly on a computer then loading it to the calculator).
> Despite their
> > simplicity, I found ways to write some pretty complicated programs.
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