TI-BASIC is a historical programming language created in 1970. TI-BASIC is the official name of a BASIC-like language built into Texas Instruments (TI)'s graphing calculators, including the TI-83 series, TI-84 Plus series, TI-89 series, TI-92 series (including Voyage 200), TI-73, and TI-Nspire. TI rarely refers to the language by name, but the name TI-BASIC has been used in some developer documentation. For many applications, it is the most convenient way to program any TI calculator, since the capability to write programs in TI-BASIC is built-in. Read more on Wikipedia...
- TI-BASIC ranks in the top 50% of languages
- the TI-BASIC wikipedia page
- TI-BASIC first appeared in 1970
- See also: basic, assembly-language, c, bbcode, xml, tcl, perl, rpl
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fact(x) :Func : If x=0 : Return 1 : If x<0 : Return undef : x*fact(x-1) :End Func
Last updated October 14th, 2019