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Other Casio Calculators / Re: Converting in fx-CG10 ? [Solved]
« on: February 20, 2012, 09:30:16 am »
No I have never try TI-Basic. I want to start using CASIO - BASIC, I've been playing with it.

The problem I was having was in the build-in converter of the calculator.

I have a question how do I use hex values in CASIO Basic? using fx-CG10

Oh found it, you need to indicate BASE programming when creating a new program.

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Other Casio Calculators / Converting in fx-CG10 ? [Solved]
« on: February 20, 2012, 01:38:42 am »
When I convert Hex 7A to anything I get "28"and not "122"

Also if I convert  Hex 5A to anything I get "20" and not "90"

7A is ASCII character cap Z
5A is ASCII character low z

I am confuse, am I doing something wrong?  *.*

fx-CG10 Version 01.03.0200

Sorry I was using ALPHA to write A B C D E F, it is not the same as just pressing A B C D E F without ALPHA.

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Other Casio Calculators / Re: Casio Basic
« on: September 12, 2011, 09:41:20 am »
thank you for the information and fast reply.

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Other Casio Calculators / Casio Basic
« on: September 12, 2011, 08:56:21 am »
Hello, I am new to the forum.
I purchase the Casio prizm the day of release and since then I've been wondering how to create programs for it. I am taking digital classes electronics and I been trying to learn how to program the calculator to do truth table and karnaugh map.

Now my question is: Is it possible to achieve this using CASIO BASIC programming lenguage included on the calculator? So I can invest time trying to do this route. I open a TI-83 Boolean expression to truth table program and it was very short and simple I guess. So since ti basic has more capabilities that Casio basic is it possible?

I have also seen the non official SDKs but I have no idea how to set up the development environment even less know how to program for the calculator using C this way.


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