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How Do You Write Programs For Casio Fx-9750gii Using Notepad++?


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#1 Alfie Stoppani

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 01:12 AM

Hi,

I was wondering how you can write programs for Casio fx-9750Gii using Notepad ++.

I have no experience of using Notepad++ so everything suggested must be explained step by step <:3D~

Things I assume I need to know:

What language to use; the difference with writing code on computer rather than on the calculator;
also I need to know what file format to save the program in so that it's compatible with the calculator.

Hope you can help.

Alf. <:3D~

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 02:22 AM

You actually cannot do that. However, you can hack your 9750's os and use notepad++ to write addins. ;)

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 11:59 PM

Hi,

I was wondering how you can write programs for Casio fx-9750Gii using Notepad ++.

I have no experience of using Notepad++ so everything suggested must be explained step by step <:3D~

Things I assume I need to know:

What language to use; the difference with writing code on computer rather than on the calculator;
also I need to know what file format to save the program in so that it's compatible with the calculator.

Hope you can help.

Alf. <:3D~


1. You don't need any specific editor, try a few out and use one that works for you
2. You need to compile gcc and binutils and configure them for cross-compiling them for the sh3. This is gonna be heck under windows, which I assume you're using. Take a look at the fxSDK's guide on using gcc with the 9860. The linux instructions for the prizm sdk may help, as the prizm also uses the sh3.
3. You'll need to use C. I recommend the book The C Programming Language by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie to help you learn. It's the de facto standard of C. See if you can find it at your local library.
4. The fxSDK has a number of tools that can be used to pack your programs, it should have enough documentation so that you can set up the right ones.

Good Luck! (You'll need it)




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