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How can i create FX-CP400 programs in a text editor like notepad?


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#1 thorpj

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Posted 11 September 2016 - 09:50 AM

I'm looking for a way to create programs in notepad, which i can then conver to .xcp files and import to my classpad.

 

I want this, so that i can use version control to maintain a load of programs. At the moment, i have an eactivity with a load of main strips/rows, but it's incredibly slow on my classpad and adding changes is a massive pain (I need to have these changes sync between my 2 PCs, my classpad, and 30 other classpads).

 

I'm really stuck on this problem, any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance



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Posted 15 September 2016 - 06:41 PM

It may exist a program that you can download directly from Casio (the same program as linking) that can help you to program in PC with a built-in Casio Basic commands catalog.

 

You have to double click in a created program and maximize the window.

 

I don't know, exactly for the CP-400, (I have CP-300 and fx-9750GII), but it must be the same.



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Posted 15 September 2016 - 11:59 PM

It may exist a program that you can download directly from Casio (the same program as linking) that can help you to program in PC with a built-in Casio Basic commands catalog.

 

You have to double click in a created program and maximize the window.

 

I don't know, exactly for the CP-400, (I have CP-300 and fx-9750GII), but it must be the same.

CASIO have a program for the CP-300, but not the CP-400






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