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This instructable shows you how to use the prgm button on the Texas Instruments 84 Plus and Texas Instruments 84 Plus Silver Edition. The programs are in BASIC. Overview. This book is a collection of TI-BASIC programs and their codes. By copying the code into your own TI-83+/TI-84 calculator, you will be able to use any of.
Programming TI- 8. Plus (Silver Edition) for beginners. You need to know a bit of how command's in BASIC program language work, so here are the most used command's explained.
Most command's can be found under the prgm key when editing a program, but not every command. If you can't find a command I'm using, press 2nd and then 0. You'll be in the catalog. Here you can find almost every command the calculator knows.
Under prgm you'll find three tabs: CTL, I/O and EXEC. CTL will show you these command's (pic. If Creates a conditional test. Then Executes commands when 'If' is true. Else Executes commands when 'If' is false. For( Creates an incrementing loop. While Creates a conditional loop.
Repeat Creates a conditional loop. End Signifies the end of a block.
Pause Pauses program execution until enter is pressed. Lbl Defines a label.
Goto Goes to a label. A. IS> ( Increments and skips if greater than. B. DS< ( Decrements and skips if less than. C. Menu( Defines menu items and branches. D. prgm Executes a program as subroutine. E. Return Returns from a subroutine.
F. Stop Stops execution. G. Del. Var Deletes a variable from within program. H. Graph. Style( Designates the graph style to be drawn.
I/O will show you these command's (pic. Input Enters a value or uses the cursor. Prompt Prompts for entry of variable values.
Disp Displays text, value or the home screen. Disp. Graph Displays the current graph. Disp. Table Displays the current table. Output( Displays text or value at specified position. Key Checks the keyboard for a keystroke. Clr. Home Clears the display. Clr. Table Clears the current table.
Get. Calc( Gets a variable from an other TI- 8. Plus (SE)A. Get( Gets a variable from CBL 2 or CBRB. Send( Sends a variable to CBL 2 or CBRExec will show you all programs you have made yet except of the program you are editing. By choosing a program here you can call this program as a subroutine. A lot of the command's in this list I never use, such as Get.
Calc(, Get( and Send( because I never connect my calculator to an other calculator. Other command's I really love to use, such as Lbl, Goto, Input and Output(, because I think these are really handy. I use Lbl and Goto a lot, but every time I use these, you can also place everything you would place under the Lbl in an other program and in the main program use prgm ..
Goto. If you do so, be sure you put a Return command at the end of the subroutine program.
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