Casio fx 7400G Plus
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Posted 20 November 2002 - 12:42 AM
Having just recntly discovered the programmable calculator I started scanning the net for different programs. The calculator I decided to try first is the Casio 7400.
It does seem to suffer from a lack of graphic oriented games, however I think text based games are plentiful.
Way back in the 80s when I had a trs-80 model 3 and a color computer, I got a book called "Basic Computer Games" or some similar title. It occured to me that most of these games were text based and would be perfect for the 7400.
I scoured the net and found a site that had the program code for classics such as "Hunt the Wumpus", "Hamurabi", "Darmouth Football", "Battlestar Galactica" and "Star Trek". There were many others, but I thought this would be a good start.
These games are text only, but those of us who remember them know how fun they really were.
The code for them is Basic, but I have them all here and think that they should be easily translated to Casios "Basic like" language.
I still have a day or 2 left that I need to continue learning Casios language.
If you understand Basic, then translating these old programs to Casio should be easy.
Posted 20 November 2002 - 04:20 AM
Posted 20 November 2002 - 04:26 AM
I think this should work fine or at least I will have fun trying and might even learn somehting.
Posted 20 November 2002 - 04:29 AM
Posted 20 November 2002 - 04:33 AM
I beleive this one was written on an old mainframe at Dartmouth originally.
When I get it translated I will send it to you if it works.
Posted 20 November 2002 - 04:41 AM
However, I can send the code when I am done...or I can send you the original code now....whatever you would prefer.
Mine will be simplified a bit....so the original is more complete.
Posted 20 November 2002 - 03:05 PM
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