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Kergadon
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TI-nspire

Postby Kergadon » Sun Oct 11, 2009 1:39 am UTC

I have been having trouble just winging learning the coding for TI-nspire I have tried going to the Texas instruments site but they don't have any explanation as to how to use it, I even asked my old math teacher who does product trials and seminars on teaching with their calculators for TI
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Re: TI-nspire

Postby fazzone » Sun Oct 11, 2009 1:42 am UTC

Like, TI-BASIC (programming on the device) or C or Assembly (programming done on a computer, then transferred to a device)?
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Re: TI-nspire

Postby Kergadon » Sun Oct 11, 2009 2:14 am UTC

It's devided into tabs within documents and fucntions and programs within tabs. they seem to have changed the coding massively from the TI-84SE because I can no longer make games and slack off durring class :twisted:
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