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#1 abelmartin

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Posted 12 June 2005 - 11:24 AM

Visita el apartado de NOVEDADES de www.classpad.tk a partir del 8 de julio de 2005.

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Posted 13 June 2005 - 03:49 AM

hasta entonces falta mucho, mejor cuentanos un poco de lo que puede ser la nueva Class Pad 300 Plus...........

It`s to many time to wait until july 8 th, so tell us something about the new Class pad 300 Plus......

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Posted 15 June 2005 - 05:34 PM

Hmm... maybe it's the version at the bottom of the following web page. :D Actually, this is just a user's custom edited picture of a ClassPad with his own idea for what he would like. This is not an actual ClassPad.

http://www.geocities...classPad300.htm

As always, Casio is working on a lot of cool new things for the future. Don't expect any major new features to the ClassPad OS with the ClassPad 300 plus. I lot of people were disappointed when OS 2.0 came out because they were expecting a lot more. I don't want people to be dissapionted again.

At the same time, there are some cool thing to look forward to with the Classpad 300 plus, and Casio is working on many new things for the ClassPad that you will get very excited over, just not by July 8th. ;)

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Posted 15 June 2005 - 07:12 PM

just tell me they fixed the (-) button... :P

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Posted 15 June 2005 - 08:43 PM

jajajaja good joke, ok I hope CASIO fix it as faster as they can and also the "new" OS will have unit support =). I hope I really get very excited of the new CASIO work in Classpad.........

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Posted 17 June 2005 - 09:17 PM

Dont forget FFT and other transforms please!! pleasse...

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Posted 19 June 2005 - 03:06 AM

I would like more people could do programs for the classpad, instead games. Unfortunately i did only 2 programs, i tried to do my best and my imagination betrayed me :P and no more new ideas. As i know, aren't too usefuls those 2 programs, sorry :D.

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Posted 20 June 2005 - 12:28 PM

Dear Betoe, I have made many useful programs for the ClassPad, including one for calculation of the Y matrix for the purposes of transfiguration of circuit between n-gon and a star. You can download all the programs that I have submitted for the contest, just in a more compressed version. However, the guy who has given the prizes (and he is not Brian - everything was done while he was away from work), is obviously so ashamed by the ranking, so that he does not like to issue the rest of the programs (and there are dozens of them). You see, if you make a serious program (like me), you will not get even the fifth prize! All the five winners were games, and the last two were pretty poor featured! At last, I can even complain on the fact that Aspirin was NOT submitted for the contest via e-mail at address contest2005 AT classpad.org and it still got the fourth prize!? Very shameful... Bye!

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Posted 22 June 2005 - 04:08 PM

I have made many useful programs for the ClassPad, including one for calculation of the Y matrix for the purposes of transfiguration of circuit between n-gon and a star. You can download all the programs that I have submitted for the contest

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I downloaded and tried your programs, and quite honestly they don't make any sense. From your post it would appear as if you wrote some pretty nice programs, but I can't find them. There is absolutely no documentation, at all. Maybe with even a small explanation your code might be usable.

You see, if you make a serious program (like me), you will not get even the fifth prize! All the five winners were games, and the last two were pretty poor featured!

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You shouldn't criticize other peoples programs when your code is unusable.
I'm not surprised you didn't win the competition. I'm a pretty good Basic coder and I spent a fair amount of time trying to figure out what your code does with no luck.

BTW, if you really do have some good programs I'm sure people would really like to use them. Please add some documentation. If anyone else has figured them out please let me know. I'd like to use them.

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Posted 24 June 2005 - 03:35 AM

Hi Filip. Do you have a website ? i would like to have your programs. I had downloaded the competition programs but i didnt find them, i had downloaded only games.

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Posted 24 June 2005 - 03:04 PM

Hi Filip. Do you have a website ? i would like to have your programs. I had downloaded the competition programs but i didnt find them, i had downloaded only games.

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He has it for download on www.classpad.org.

http://www.classpad....php?id=212&cat=

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Posted 25 June 2005 - 03:24 AM

Thanks :D, i had downloaded but i will try them next sunday.

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Posted 18 July 2005 - 04:12 PM

I went to the www.classpad.tk site but under "Calculadora gr?fica" Sala 4 there is no information about the classpad 300 plus. I only find information about the FX-9860G and FX-9860G SD.

Am I looking at the wrong place?

Anyway thanks for the website, please keep the good work.

Regards,

Rafael

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Posted 18 July 2005 - 08:32 PM

classpad 300 plus....que bueno de verdad, que caracteristicas tiene de nuevo?, pienso comprar una calc nueva, una 9860 sd o .....la esperada classpad 300 +, lo unico de la SD que no me cuadra es 64kb de ram!! :banghead: es absurdo, casio de bio copiar de la classpad todo, incluida una memoria de 500kb...o 128 como en la ALGEBRA 2.0+, que a mi parecer, son mas que suficientes para RAM. considero que la debilidad de la 9860 es el calculo matricial pesado, por la poca RAM.....pero sin salirme mas de tema, sera que casio le dara interes a la ingenieria?...sera que con esta classpad 300+ habra mas soporte para los estudiantes universitarios de esta??...ojala.

sorry for the post in spanish...is the first! :D




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