How do you write ti-basic?
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Clearly it is TI-ʙᴀsɪᴄ.
Tari wrote:
Clearly it is TI-ʙᴀsɪᴄ.

Frickin small caps. Always seems to put you on the next level.
I refer to it as TI-BASIC. TI is an acronym for Texas Instruments, and BASIC is an acronym for Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code (or Buy A Super-Inferior Calculator, for the adventurous Razz ).
It should be written (or can be) like you program a commodore 64 SPAGHETTI CODE FTW!!
As some members realized, TI never used to call the language BASIC, even though it is an ideological relative of th BASIC family of languages. To the best of my knowledge, the community used "TI-BASIC" long before TI did, and only recently have they started officially calling the language that name in their marketing information and documentation. I believe they might have used "BASIC" before they used TI-BASIC, but I'm less sure about that.
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