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#1 caesar

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Posted 25 August 2010 - 01:08 PM

I got a new casio 9860 gII (without SD) and was killing myself about how to write a program in notepad and transfer it into calc...

I finally figured a way out.. may be everyone knows abt it but i just want to help a newbie

1. write a program in notepad and copy it. Open the 9860g emulator (in the utilities CD or download it from the net) and paste the same into a new program (else u can directly type in the emulator)

2. now go to memory>F4 (backup)

3. copy the backup to the calculator using FA 124 application
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If u want to copy the source code of a previously written program (for reuse) go to memory>SD card and load the g1* files(in emulator) the program would now available in the PRGM menu.. open it as usual .. copy it..(shift) (8) (F1) and paste it in the text editor of ur choice..


This is a very basic method.. and mainly for beginners

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Posted 05 December 2010 - 05:13 AM

Thanks! I was looking for this info and getting frustrated.

#3 flyingfisch

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Posted 14 April 2011 - 05:35 PM

another way is to take of the ".txt" section of the file name and put it in storage mem. then use either EDIT or text viewer to read it.




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