I've been programing for quite some time on the TI-84(+) calculator. As some of you know the calculator(s) uses BASIC as it's default programming language. I've wanted to expand my skills as a programmer and I've come across a handy app for the calculator to allow the user write ASM or assembly directly on the calculator, compile, and run the program. The only problem I've had, which is why I'm here, is I dont know much about assembly and the tutorials I've found off the TIcalc site didn't really help me. I am very eager to learn assembly and if anyone knows where I can learn it or are willing to help please let me know.

Link to the Mimas download page and info about the file
Posted on 2011-05-24 23:35:37 by Skellitor301
The TI-8x calculators use a Z80 microprocessor, so any resources on programming the Z80 should provide insight. Check out the following links for more information.

http://www.ticalc.org/pub/text/z80/ctoz80.zip
http://www.ticalc.org/pub/text/z80/eytca.zip
http://www.ticalc.org/pub/text/z80/z80asmg.zip
http://www.msxarchive.nl/pub/msx/mirrors/msx2.com/zaks/index.htm
http://www.nongnu.org/z80asm/
Posted on 2011-05-25 01:14:17 by Synfire
This does help, thank you very much for the info.
Posted on 2011-05-25 18:05:27 by Skellitor301