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Posted by: 68 (Guest), May 9, 2010, 10:46pm
I began working with TI-Basic several years ago when I got a Ti-82 for free.  I learned to program it mostly for fun, but grew gradually more serious about it, learning as much as I could.  Last year I invested in a TI-89 titanium, and began to do all of my serious programming on that.  I can program in C++ and BASIC as well as TI-Basic.  Most of my programming has to deal with mathematical modeling, but I have begun to work more into the interactive edge of it.  

To everyone,
Posted by: hiryu, May 10, 2010, 9:38am; Reply: 1

Its rare to see other people that still have a TI-89 & do basic programming - seems like alot of the calc population is 83/84 & ASM coding.
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