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Vacation Times
Posted by Henrik on 28 June 2002, 22:00 GMT

It is vacation times for the ticalc.org staff. Being based in the northern hemisphere, we will enjoy summer. I know at least some of us will do some extensive travelling around the globe. Due to this, pending files will grow, help mail will be answered with greater delay, and not much new will happen for a month or two.

The ticalc.org staff wishes all our visitors a good summer (or winter if you are below the equator) and hope you all understand we all need some vacation.

Tell us about your own vacation plans below.


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: Vacation Times
scott_shortonideas Account Info

has anyone heard of or gone to Philmont in Cimarron, New Mexico. Since this is sort of about vacations, that's where I went. It was a challenge but I had fun.

     15 July 2002, 21:14 GMT

Re: Re: Vacation Times
lord_nightrose Account Info
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I was there once... did you go with a Boy Scout troop? I know that that's a popular hiking spot for them.

     16 July 2002, 16:18 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Vacation Times
scott_shortonideas Account Info

yeah, that's the only way you can go unless your an explorer or your going to the PTC. Well, that's the only way you can go as far as I know. Yes, I hiked it, it was great, what did you do while you were there?

     16 July 2002, 20:12 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Vacation Times
lord_nightrose Account Info
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I went with my troop way back in the days of yore (4-5 yrs. or so ago :-p).

we just hiked around for about a week... challenging, like you said, but also a great experience and quite a nice bit of exercise.

     19 July 2002, 16:07 GMT

Voyage 200 released!
RCTParRoThEaD_  Account Info
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The Voyage 200 PLT is now available from TI's website for $200. Yay! On another note...

I have realized that the PARADE!, PYRAMID!, w00t!, etc., has gotten annoying, and I blame my self for promoting it. I don't want it to stop, but it needs to be toned down somewhat. I read previous articles from before I joined, and noticed that there was only a little bit of w00t!. Now, every other comment is w00t!, PARADE!, or PYRAMID!. So I would like to make a public apology for abusing it. I'm not stopping, but I'm gonna do it less.

     16 July 2002, 04:05 GMT

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     17 July 2002, 04:47 GMT

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     27 July 2002, 20:28 GMT

Halfmoon Account Info

I have a TI-83 Plus and am currently learning ASM programming from ASMGuru for the 83, and just when thru Tutorial 2 and wrote my first program. It compiled just fine (through TASM and Obj83) but now I need help running it. I sent it to my calc - the tutorial says you have to type "Send(9prgmNAME)" or something, but my calc just says SYNTAX ERROR. What am I doing wrong?

     17 July 2002, 05:01 GMT

Re: Help!
Torael  Account Info

To send it to your calc, type "Send(9prgmname)"? Uh, no...to send it to your calc, load it through the link cable using graph link software. To actually RUN it, go to the catalog (2nd + 0) and scroll down to Asm(. Hit enter, then find your program in the list, and select it. Hit enter again, and it should run...

     17 July 2002, 11:16 GMT

Re: Re: Help!
shakey_snake  Account Info
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the asm( token is only on the 83+.
the 83 equivelent is send(9.

     17 July 2002, 17:39 GMT

Fwd: Help!
RCTParRoThEaD_  Account Info
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It's not gonna work. The 83 & 83+ are NOT asm cross compatible. I think the 83+ was given some features from the 86 like on-calc asm. BTW, can you do on-calc asm on the 83?

     17 July 2002, 23:42 GMT

Re: Fwd: Help!
Halfmoon Account Info

So, should I use an 83 plus object-->program converter instead of Obj83? If so, are there any?!

     18 July 2002, 05:24 GMT

Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
Halfmoon Account Info

I went to Generation5.org - it says there is an 83 Plus version of AsmGuru: AppGuru! I wonder if it will work....

     18 July 2002, 05:32 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
amateur  Account Info
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Hey, all you guys need to do is go to my site. It has a zip file in the downloads section with everything you need to compile programs for ION shell for the TI-83 or TI-83+. Included is Turbo Assembler, ION tutorials and sample test programs, tutorials, include files, and everything you need. All you have to do is write your program, type ASM (programname), and it assembles it in a few seconds for the TI-83 AND TI-83+ (2 seperate programs). Just follow the link. It's easier than anything. I spent 5 months looking for the stuff I have now, but you can now get it easily.

     18 July 2002, 19:56 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
Halfmoon Account Info

OK. I went to the downloads section and all I found were games (good games nonetheless :). But you send to just "follow the link." I couldn't find one. Could you clear this up???

     18 July 2002, 22:03 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
tifreak8x  Account Info
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Under the name, there is something labeled as 'Web Page'. That is the link he is refering to...
To see what I mean, click on 'Web Page' below my name...

     19 July 2002, 04:18 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
amateur  Account Info
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If you look at the top of the page, there is the download for the zip file with everything in it that you need for assembling TI-83 and TI-83+ programs. Click on the link above.

     19 July 2002, 15:12 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
Halfmoon Account Info

There it is (I'm an idiot :)

     19 July 2002, 21:52 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
Halfmoon Account Info

So can use ASMGuru to learn ASM even though it's for the TI-83(Not Plus)? Will the progs in the ZIP file automatically assemble for the 83 and 83+?

     19 July 2002, 21:59 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
Halfmoon Account Info
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Uhh... ObjHex didnt create a .hex file -- just a .83p and .8xp file. And there's no help file either. Am I complaining? I'm done then. Sorry. Just seemed weird.
:() :() :()

     19 July 2002, 23:12 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
rooot  Account Info

yes you can

     19 July 2002, 23:16 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Fwd: Help!
Halfmoon Account Info
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     20 July 2002, 23:57 GMT

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