Aside from the official manuals, what about the community online? I am used to the hp and ti communities, that have several discussion places and sites where they collect programs libraries, like "hpcalc.org" or "ticalc.org".
For my little searches on casio I found mostly two communities:
- this one (that is pretty well organized, given the subsections)
Do I miss something else that is useful to know?
I see that there is some sort of library of programs, here: http://www.casiocalc...o/fsdisplay.php but do people add new contributions there? (although old contributions may be way enough).
Now some questions.
- Surely the 9860g series is powerful, and since it is produced for 5+ years and it has an official C sdk, I presume some people did some great work. Is there any suggestion list of "must try" programs/addin?
For example I saw ftune http://pm.matrix.jp/ftune2e.html that is pretty impressive. Then I ended by chance finding C.Basic , pretty neat work (http://egadget.blog....-entry-493.html ) although for the USB power graphic 2 model (my models are only usb power graphic).
- Is there the possibility to time the execution of statements or program in casio basic? I did not see this in the manual. If not, are there other solutions/languages (not the C sdk though, that may be a later option for me) that are quite stable and usable to do some number crunching? (lua can be an example?)
If there are none, I understand I may end up using C in those cases.
Note that my objective is more leaning towards math applications or programming rather that games.
Edited by pier4r, 11 March 2018 - 07:00 PM.