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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #345 on: July 22, 2013, 05:52:52 am »
"The look of this calc has been artificially modified (paint)"

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #346 on: July 22, 2013, 05:55:22 am »
Yes, sorry. Critor thought it was a "School Property" model, the first time he has seen it. It's a regular model, but painted.


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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #347 on: July 22, 2013, 08:23:04 pm »
Yes, sorry. Critor thought it was a "School Property" model, the first time he has seen it. It's a regular model, but painted.
Heh, it does look like one from a glance. Looks nice though.




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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #348 on: July 22, 2013, 10:22:02 pm »
I have:

TI-85
TI-83+SE
TI-84+SE
TI-89 Titanium
TI-Nspire CX CAS
TI-Nspire CX

The TI-Nspire's are calcs that I got from a math competition the 2 years that I went (they give Nspires to anyone who makes it to nationals :P).
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #349 on: July 23, 2013, 12:13:33 am »
I should add my 84C to the list i guess too!

1 x TI-80
1 x TI-81
2 x TI-83
3 x TI-83 Plus
2 x TI-84 Plus Silver Edition
1 x TI-85
1 x TI-86
1 x TI-Nspire
1 x TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition

My misses does not understand :/.
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #350 on: July 23, 2013, 04:21:50 am »
My misses does not understand :/.

Lol, you should buy her one and teach her about programming. :P

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #351 on: July 23, 2013, 05:24:05 am »
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Lol, you should buy her one and teach her about programming.
:D That's what i did (She has a TI-Nspire CAS, never switched On, still in its package, and I tried to explain her why and how to install Ndless), but that was not a good idea xD She does not understand too. :P


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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #352 on: July 23, 2013, 05:44:23 am »
I have :

-TI 73
-TI 76
-TI-82 stats
-TI 83+
-TI 84+
-TI 92
-TI 92 II
-TI 92+
-TI V200
-TI nspire
-TI nspire Cx Cas

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2x2x2 : 2.18 secondes / 2x2x2 une main : 21.15 secondes / 2x2x2 yeux bandés : 47.59
3x3x3 : 5.97 secondes / 3x3x3 une main : 49.86 secondes
4x4x4 : 1.49 minutes / 4x4x4 une main : 6.50 minutes
5x5x5 : 4.10 minutes / 5x5x5 une main : 18.02 minutes
6x6x6 : 8.10 minutes
7x7x7 : 16.03 minutes
9x9x9 : 58.26 minutes

megaminx : 5.59 minutes / pyraminx : 7.91 secondes / square-one : 1.07 minutes

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #353 on: July 23, 2013, 11:48:03 pm »
Well, it seems I posted my updated collection to Cemetech (and didn't include the non-graphing ones) (let me know if I am wrong). Non-pictured ones are in square brackets.


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In order of acquisition: TI-85 (2005), TI-89 Titanium (2008), TI-83 (2010?), TI-86 (2012), TI-84 Plus BE (mid-2012), TI-81, TI-82 (both November 2012), [CBL (early 2013)]

And the scientific calcs: TI-35 (1994-ish design), TI-36X Solar (1996 design), TI-34 II, Explorer Plus powered by an AA battery, TI-30Xa (2 of them), TI-30X II S (2 or 3 of them), TI-36X Solar (the latest one), TI-30X MultiView, TI-34 MultiView, BA-II (I think), Casio fx-260 Solar, and a RadioShack two-line that is definitely a rebranded Casio. I only have a few of those in my calculator drawer though.
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Sunθ v4.0 (Solar Position Calculator) (on hold)
CBLLight/CBLTherm (TI-Z80 only)
CBLM (68k only)
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #354 on: July 23, 2013, 11:53:31 pm »
Nice collection that you have here, and glad you got a TI-85 and 86 :P

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #355 on: July 23, 2013, 11:55:06 pm »
If their BASICs were a bit faster (especially the 86) I'd be programming exclusively for them. The 85 is acceptable though.
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #356 on: July 23, 2013, 11:56:54 pm »
Yeah, this and the low popularity of them is why I never bothered porting any of my games to them (except the TI-81 port of Illusiat 1). Plus, in general programs are a bit larger too. Both size and speed issues are much worse on the 86 due to the memory layout. It's a shame that they're so slow because Illusiat 12 would have been nice on the 86.
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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #357 on: July 24, 2013, 05:01:42 am »
Ha, that's quite a few old calcs! :D

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Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #358 on: July 24, 2013, 05:28:53 am »
TI-86 vs. TI-83: Twice as big, twice as slow, (almost) twice the features, and a lot more memory.

My preferred programming platform is TI-82; it ensures compatibility and eases porting to TI-85 at the expense of strings. Fortunately Graphlink can fix the syntax to work with the 83. It's a bit smaller too, and the keys on my hardly-used 82 are nicely responsive.
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Re: Re: Your calculator collection
« Reply #359 on: July 24, 2013, 11:45:29 am »
Yeah this is why I considered developing some small games that don't use much complex math formulas (due to different order of operations) on the 82 when I got one, but the lack of strings made me hit a wall. X.x

Plus my 82 often misses pixel columns (usually it becomes fine when used for a while), which can be annoying for developing graphical games.