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#1 cazooioo



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Posted 19 October 2002 - 01:21 PM

I own the casio cfx-9850GB Plus and I really like its features (solving equations etc., awesome). Drawing "dynamic funtions" is also a cool thing,
BUT 32 KB memory is simply not enough, and furthermore it can last 10+ minutes to calculate complicated functions.

So what i'm looking for is a program (or java applet or sth else) that can draw dynamic functions on the pc similar to the casio calcs.

If anything like this exists, i'd be pleased to get a link

thx in advance,
j. donovan

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Posted 21 October 2002 - 05:44 AM

Use some casio simulator. One can be found at http://www.rkk.cz/~m...e/download.html.
It's little old,it supports dynamic graphs , but only if they are specified in program (DrawDyna command must be used)

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Posted 22 October 2002 - 02:57 PM


thanks a lot for this info. The only problem i have is:
How can i convert cat files to cas files? I can only create CAT files (i use fa123) but the emulator only seems to accept CAS files.

the cat files can be opened with an ascii editor while the cas files seem to be some kinda binary file.
i hope theres a tool to convert or directly create cas files.


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Posted 22 October 2002 - 04:00 PM


I converted it with casiocom and it works

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 05:41 AM

With my casio 9850gb plus I can't find an emulator for it that works on windows xp. My computer can't use Ms-Dos programs, which most of them are. If there is something I could use please tell me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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