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|battery_estimation.zip||1k||20-11-05||Battery estimation for the TI-84+ CE|
This program written in C displays your approximated battery level. It can display the following levels: -More than 75% -Between 50% and 75% -Between 25% and 50% -Between 5% and 25% -Less than 5%
|blastccs.zip||150k||18-04-20||Blast Calculator Security Suite|
**Early Access Alpha** *scanner fixed* A suite of calculator security tools that actually functions, unlike many of the fake tools that just search for names like VIRUS, or don't scan at all. This program already has the ability to: - Save and update a database of all Programs or Protected Programs on your calculator, consisting of their names, sizes, and a 24-bit checksum. - Compare the current version of the program with the version in the database, and inform you if the size or checksum don't match. - Ability to scan your programs/protected programs for byte sequences that are potentially hazardous, via a virus definitions file that will be community-sourced. - Save your calculator's date and time settings in a secure location, thus preserving it across RAM clears. Every time you run this program, the date/time are either silently re-saved (if later) or restored (if earlier). Upcoming Features: - Ability to view/modify virus definitions on calc. - A firewall to integrate with any networking protocols devised for the CE. - Program running hook to allow the virus scan or checksum scan to be run on a specific program before it runs (disable-able)
|blastfis.zip||392k||20-05-31||Blast File Integrity Software|
An upgrade and complete rewrite to my older program, Blast Calc security Suite, this program perfects attribute verification and malware detection, and provides a vastly improved UI. It also add the ability to snapshot existing programs and appvars, allowing quick reversion or restoration of any damaged or deleted programs. The virus definitions file (used to scan for malware) is sourced by the calculator community, who can submit potentially harmful code for review and approval. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNddA9x7QHo
CEdit is a text editor for the TI 84 plus CE. Features: Edit any appvar (scriptable), use cut/copy/paste, compatible with TIOS and BOS.
This program will temporarily (until you turn it off) make your calculator about 15 to 30 % faster, and enable lower case letters.
|gamelife.zip||5k||20-07-19||Game of Life CE|
The Game of Life, in full screen and for only 256 bytes.
|gol.zip||9k||16-04-04||Game of Life|
Conway's Game of Life for the TI-84+CE https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway's_Game_of_Life The Game of Life is a cellular automaton created by John Conway in 1970. This is an implementation for the 84+CE graphing calculator.
ICE Compiler is a program that compiles TI-BASIC-like language to ASM, the machine code. Create insane games, use the color screen, and make the step to ASM smaller! Speed up your BASIC programs and it's super easy to use! Type your program in the normal editor, compile it within seconds, and you have hours of fun! - v2.2.1
|osfonts.zip||120k||21-09-24||84+CE OS Fonts for FontLibC|
The OS large and small fonts that can be used in C programs for the CE. Just transfer the two AppVars to your calculator and then use FontLibC to access them and display text from the font pack. There is also a program that is included that will display the character map for each font. Use the provided character map images to know the value of each character (add the row and the column together to get the decimal value). Be sure to follow the instructions (https://ce-programming.github.io/toolchain/libraries/fontlibc.html#using-font-packs) on how to use these font packs.
|parsec.zip||4k||20-10-19||PARSEC Encryption (PoC)|
An encryption tool for the TI-84+CE, inspired by the Serpent encryption algorithm and AES. PARSEC is listed as a PoC because it has not been reviewed or undergone proper cryptanalysis. You can use it as a tool on your calculator, or build the source into your own program as a library.
A LUA-like scripting language interpreter for the TI-84 Plus CE
|scrollingmenuce.zip||28k||20-08-24||Scrolling Menu CE|
Scrolling Menu CE is a mimic of the menus built into the TI-84pce meant for use with TI-BASIC programs. It uses a string stored in Ans to make a menu and outputs the ASCII code of the selected option. You can also now use the left and right arrows to switch between menus. If you do end up using this as part of a TI-BASIC program, please acknowledge me and this program. "Scrolling Menu Plus" is a port for the TI-83/84 plus.
|texttomorsecode.zip||2k||18-04-28||Text to Morse Code (With screen flash)|
This useful tool will convert your text into Morse code! Not only that, but it will flash your Morse code back to you using the screen! You can also save and load strings of Morse code for the calculator to flash back. Requires CE OS 5.2 or above. v 3.20 sets your brightness back to its original state when you quit! This program was awarded the October Project of the Month on Cemetech! cemete.ch/t14670
|tiwallet.zip||297k||18-01-10||TiWallet - offline Bitcoin wallet|
TiWallet is a program for generating and storing a Bitcoin wallet on your calculator. After running the program for the first time and generating a private key, you can use the menu to display QR codes of the address and the private key or remove the current wallet AppVar. The compiled program can be found in the bin subdirectory of the archive. WARNING: It's still very slow, possibly buggy and not for everyday use. The author is not responsible for any loss or damage arising from the usage of this program. Bitcoin may be illegal in some jurisdictions. Please do not use the program if in doubt. For library licenses, see the subdirectories in the source. GitHub: https://github.com/SopaXorzTaker/tiwallet. Uses a port of Richard Moore's awesome QR code library: https://github.com/ricmoo/qrcode.