... Technical support for registered users of WRspice and other XicTools software is available via
electronic mail at [email protected]
, and by telephone at (408) 735-8973.
WRspice and subsidiary programs and utilities are offered as-is, and the suitability of these
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Activity 4.5j – Closed Loop Control 3 Purpose Develop an
... fixed resistance value or one that can be changed; hence they are generally
classified as “fixed” or “variable” resistors.
Variable resistors are used when it is necessary to frequently change the
value of resistance in a circuit. These devices have a sliding/rotating contact
arm that is in contact ...
... The output pin will turn green
while the song is playing.
The RST button will reset the
program to start when clicked.
The other features of the Flowchart
simulator will be explained later as
they are used. End the simulation by
clicking anywhere on the grid.
After the Flowchart program has been
... int (integer) – this stores a number in 2 bytes(16 bits) and has no decimal
places. The value must be between -32,768 and 32,768.
long(long) – Used when the integer is NOT large enough. This takes 4
bytes(32 bits) of RAM and has a range of -2,147,483,648 and
... DEBUG DEC variablename
DEBUG ? variablename
... X.append(x) : The method append() appends a passed object into the existing list. It adds each
different values of x in the list (and the time that this value was red).
Print x : this command returns the value x to the console screen for the operator in real time.
This x value is limited to the supp ...
... Devices we used to measure:
... The concrete syntax for the language is given in the next page.
All the expressions involving operators has to be given in postfix notation with
the operands represented as tuples followed by the operator
TI-BASIC is the unofficial name of a BASIC-like language built into Texas Instruments (TI)'s graphing calculators, including the TI-83 series, TI-84 Plus series, TI-89 series, TI-92 series (including Voyage 200), TI-73, and TI-Nspire. TI rarely refers to the language by name, but the name TI-BASIC has been used in some developer documentation.For many applications, it is the most convenient way to program any TI calculator, since the capability to write programs in TI-BASIC is built-in. Assembly language (often referred to as ""asm"") can also be used, and C compilers exist for translation into assembly: TIGCC for Motorola 68000 (68k) based calculators, and SDCC for Zilog Z80 based calculators. However, both of them are cross-compilers, not allowing on-calculator programming. TI-BASIC is considerably slower than the assembly language (because it has to be interpreted), making it better suited to writing programs to quickly solve math problems or perform repetitive tasks, rather than programming games or graphics-intensive applications. Some math instruction books even provide programs in TI-BASIC (usually for the widespread variant used by the TI-82/83/84 series).Although it is somewhat minimalist compared to programming languages used on computers, TI-BASIC is nonetheless an important factor in the programming community. Because TI graphing calculators are required for advanced mathematics classes in many high schools and universities, TI-BASIC often provides the first glimpse many students have into the world of programming.