Ti85/86 Programs etc.
by jim Cranwell
Ti-85,86 programs, Guitar chords, Origami Ganesh, Vanessa Mae flunot
Flux Theory
superstrings guitar chord generator
Guitar Chords

4 strings
Origami Ganesh
Most of these programs in a Zip Ti-85|Ti-86 

Click here to see a picture of what a sample
program (guitar) should look like with the correct Ti-font

beeper : decodes pager numeric message, 1 = space buckman: video game... enter "1 sto-> BUCK" at home screen to initialize calendar: calander maker calculus: integrate or revolution of solids collider: elastic or inelastic collisions cotan: makes easy use of... cosecant, secant, cotangent and their inverses decimal: Extremely long decimals 1/97 = .010309278350515463917525773195... demoivre: de Moivre's theorem distance: distance between two points exactor : exact values, (cos 45)(tan 60) or 1.224744 = √6/2 (new starting denom=2nd) factor : 30x^2+76x+48 = 2(3x+4)(5x+6) or quadratic factors : Complete factorization of any number... 3871 = [ 1, 7, 49, 79, 553, 3871 ] fish : hanging fish physics tension problem... will you be my...? focal : optics... object/image/focal length program fractor : any precision fraction from decimal, Pi = approx. 355/113, also continueds. ghost : video game... invisible man...enter "1 sto-> GRL" at home screen to initialize Gootin : number guess game gratio : find golden ratio guitar : Displays any guitar chord, diagram of actual fretboard guitar89 : any guitar chord, same as above but for ti-89 hangman : two player phrase guess game : one player...use "hanget" also hanget : random sentence generator: enter "get" at hangman prompt... AB?GET jumble : alyssa = sylaas, salsay, slyasa, alysas, alsasy, lysasa...etc. modes : Keyboard scales, Ionian, Phrygian, Madelynian etc. diagram of Keyboard pippi : what was that licence plate ? poker : card game prime : Prime number generator, 401,409,419,421,431,...,400000001... prizm : light angle change through different medium or index pyramid : if you're ever in egypt reducer : reduce any square root, √64481201 = 401√401 roaxis : rotation of axis scanbase: Base converter, b2 thru b36, ALYSSA (b36) = 641557306 (b10) slider : sliding piece puzzle game table : creates table of values from function torque : don't know, don't care timer : enter "243 sto-> q" at home screen to initialize triangle: even does ambiguous untax : undo sales tax... find initial price $$$ vavoom : number guess for idiots vector : dot, cross, projection etc, wavelength: Frequency, hertz, angstroms yada : multiplication trainer yoyo duck : video game... enter "1 sto-> DCK" at home screen to initialize Vanessa Mae Goddess 401 India Colors

Click here to see a picture of what a sample
program should look like with the correct Ti-font

note: Click on program of choice then right click, select all, another right click then copy. now open up ti-graph link available at www.ti.com then goto "file" then select "new program", paste the program into view box...it should look normal again, name it, save it, download into calculator. Reason... couldn't upload *.85p *.86p or uuencode programs to web site, had to use text. All of these programs will work in the 85 or 86 calculator (except the guitar89 program). On a few of these programs you can push the "2nd" key to pause it (if needed in program, sometimes while running) and "enter" key while it's running or paused to put new variables in, get it going again (if stopped/paused), or exit.
Also... just because you don't have the graph link cable, that doesn't mean you can't use the graph link software (get it at http://www.ti.com/calc ), it will allow you to view everything correctly. Or just open the *.txt in something like notepad then goto 'edit' and 'set font' as tifont, here's the font... ti-font .
Watch out for zero's "Ø" and Oh's "O"
The zero's have a slash going through them.
Also... the upper case Q (that's the Que) looks kind of similar to an upper case "O" (only on the text page with the ti-font. In the calc it's easy to see the difference)
Inadvertent blank spaces can also screw up a program (if they're somewhere they shouldn't be). The way to check is... start at the top of the program and move the cursor one space at a time with the right arrow button, it should drop to the next line right after it finishes the line you're on. If it keeps going out into space... there are blank spaces that need to be deleted. (It's good to remember this because the thing that might be messing up your code might be something you can't see.)
If you have to type everything into your calculator by hand...
Like I said... get the ti-font so you can read these *.txt files on your computer correctly then...
press [prgm] then [edit] (which is [F2] at the moment on calc), name the new program something, press [enter] ...most of the stuff you'll need for programming is in [CTL] (catalog) which is [F4] at the moment. "Everything" is in [2nd] [catalog]. Just play with it and try to get something typed in and working correctly. Read the whole section in the manual about programming... that's how I learned everything, even the program here... Guitar Chords was originally written on a ti85 calc ...guitar . Good luck ~~~
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