Emulator for Calculator

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Chotaz, Nov 25, 2007.

Nov 25, 2007

Emulator for Calculator by Chotaz at 11:24 PM (1,585 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. Chotaz
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    is there any emulator that emules the Texas Instruments 85 on DS?
     
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    Yup.

    It isn't that good though. Use WabbitDS ,looks nicer
     
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    it emulates ti-85?
     
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    The best is WabbitDS, which is a TI-83+ emulator.

    Try using the search function next time :3
     
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    the ti85 calc isn't so bad. It had dldi support added a little while ago, so make sure you search for the dldi version.

    Otherwise ti-83 is generally better than the ti-85, and wabbitds emulates it pretty darn well.
     
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    Why you would want to emulate a calculator on a DS is beyond me, but as above, WabbitDS seems to work well.
     
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    i have asimple answer for that, my maths and chemistry teachers alow me to use the DS as a calculator and Gtaphic calculators arent the cheapest thing here in Portugal you know :\
     
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    QFT. A TI-84 Silver is around 150€, which I have. Freaking expensive, yeah.
     
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    HP-50G ftw! c. $130

    Seriously need an RPN calculator and/or emulator for the DS though...
     

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