So, I've been developing a new image format that can be read by the fx-9860G, using any Add-in that makes use of it.
Allow me to insert:
THE THEORY OF CASIO BIT MAP (.cbm)
This file type will be used for a Casio Bitmap viewer or any other Add-in that supports it. These files include the following parts:
A small part containing the resolution and other variables of the bitmap.
Here is the syntax:
Variables consist of a single letter, which are non-case sensitive.
All letters from A to Z can be used as variables. Values are all integers.
While most variables are useless, the following letters represent important variables:
W - image width
H - image height
Also note that each assignment ends with a period.
It's mainly a stream of binary representing the bitmap(which is currently black and white).
The digits are converted into separate decimal bytes, which are then written on the file using binary access.
The bitmap must start with @
These procedures are done backwards in your calculator.
Each bit corresponds to black if 1 and white if 0. They are filled from
the top left to the bottom right, line by line.
Extra bits that don't fit the screen are simply ignored.
This means that you can add more text after the end of the data. Just make sure
they won't show up on the picture first.
Example of a blank image file:W128.H64.@
tl;dr: .cbm files store integer values into lettter variables and bytes of the bitmap itself.
The PC viewer, editor and converter is in Alpha state, which means you can use it, but it doesn't include all the features.
Link here: http://www.esnips.co...he-uCasio-BMPer
As I said before, I still have to get the CasioC stuff done. Meanwhile, enjoy using the PC software. And I might upload everything to the website, of course.