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New hosted site: more486.ticalc.org
Posted on 3 March 1999, 06:35 GMT

Compatiable ASM Programs for the TI-86 is now being hosted by ticalc.org at http://more486.ticalc.org. This site features a comprehensive listing of TI-82 and TI-85 assembly programs that are compatible with a TI-86 using ASE or YAS. Each program has been tested and a link is provided so you can download the program directly from ticalc.org.


The comments below are written by ticalc.org visitors. Their views are not necessarily those of ticalc.org, and ticalc.org takes no responsibility for their content.

Re: .ticalc.org

r00lz when they update
the news a lot.

     3 March 1999, 15:35 GMT

more486. ticalc.org

FINALLY! A site for all 486 users! it's about time that us sub- pentium users got some respect around here! just because we use socket 303 doesn't make us second class citizens.


     3 March 1999, 16:03 GMT

Re: more486. ticalc.org
Shane Burgess

Uhh, I hate to burst your bubble, but that site is not for the 486, but rather on Assembly on the TI-82 and TI-85. 486 just happens to be what they call themselves.

     3 March 1999, 18:45 GMT

Re: Re: more486. ticalc.org
James Rubingh
(Web Page)

Actually they just added the 486 into the URL as a phonetic way of saying "for". More for 86

     3 March 1999, 20:37 GMT

Re: Re: Re: more486. ticalc.org

Yes, I realize this. I was using a form of humor called a "Pun" in which one word (or, in this case, section of an URL) sounds or looks like another and is thusly exploited for comic purposes. I'm sure that most of the smarter readers figured this out, and were possibly entertained briefly. Unfortunatly, we can't all have atleast the intelligence of a box-spring mattress, and are forced into posting corrections such as the above.

Sorry, that was _way_ too cynical. I'd redo it, but this #^$& 486 is too slow to retype it, it takes half an hour just to refresh the screen.

     3 March 1999, 23:48 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: more486. ticalc.org
Alan Kwan
(Web Page)

Well, anyone else got a suggestion on how I could fit "Compatible ASM Programs for the TI-86" into a word (or few letters) that matches my website content? :)


     4 March 1999, 00:43 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: more486. ticalc.org
James Rubingh
(Web Page)

ugh.. sorry, i thought you were serious

     4 March 1999, 17:58 GMT

Re: New hosted site: more486 .ticalc.org

What about Rascall compatible progs?
BTW the subject has a over 15 char word :)

     3 March 1999, 21:35 GMT

Re: Re: New hosted site: more486 .ticalc.org
(Web Page)

Actually, I rather like this website. It is useful, updated frequently, and isn't the standard "ticalc" clone sites that appear everywhere.

     3 March 1999, 22:15 GMT

webmaster words
(Web Page)

I originally started this site from posting a message on a newsgroup asking whether ZShell's SpaceWar would work in ASE. No one replied with a response I was looking for, and even more asked me to try it. Being the 'dying to find out' lemming, I did. And discovered it worked great, and even better, it worked with 85 and 86 users. The idea of website meddled in, and the rest is history. :)

(and to the message above)

I intended to test Rascall, but a later version which was supposed to support 83ASM. It was never released, and I never got ahold of a beta version. Eventually, when I'm done with YAS, I'll probably fix up the ASE pages, and get to work on Rascall v.9


     4 March 1999, 00:40 GMT

Re: Re: Re: New hosted site: more486 .ticalc.org

I do too. But I prefer Rascall, so I guess I'm just screwed :(
BTW, does anyone know when the next version will come out? Scabby?

     6 March 1999, 02:07 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: New hosted site: more486 .ticalc.org
(Web Page)

Hate to break the news to you, but Rascall v1.0 was never released, the one that was going to support 83ASM. Apparently, Matt (SCaBBy) has lost all interest in it.

     6 March 1999, 04:47 GMT

Could this Message Board? Hmm... :)
Alan Kwan
(Web Page)

Testing this...

     26 March 1999, 06:23 GMT

Re: Could this Message Board? Hmm... :)
(Web Page)

Testing again.

     28 March 1999, 10:36 GMT

Re: Re: Could this Message Board? Hmm... :)
Bob the Dino
(Web Page)

1.. 2.. 3..

     30 March 1999, 20:54 GMT

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