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Py4Calc

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Python for calculators

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Python4Calculators - Brings Python programming language to calculators. It turns simple scripts into programs for TI 83/84 and HP 49/50g series calculators.
The language is a basic subset of Python, with access to the calculator's built in functions.

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Features

  • Write basic Python math programs, then convert and run on TI/HP calculator.
  • Convert basic Python program to HP calculator USERRPL
  • Convert basic Python program to .8xp for TI 83 / 84

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English

Intended Audience

Developers, Education, Other Audience

Registered

2009-09-09

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