nearly perfect! I love this calculator! It reminds me when I was a student (my math teacher had a ti58c, I couldn't afford it!). I'm wondering if also the other libraries will be implemented/completed sooner or later or not. PS: in the meantime I tried to add some modules to the orignal library, I started with ML-02 (DETERMINANT, MATRIx. & SIMUL EQ) as I found the source code. Unluckily the emulator could have a bug as it doesn't work.
Great program, no instructions I am not talking instructions for using the TI-59, but instictions like installing modules, creating mag cards etc. A site for help and hints on using the App.
Love this but... I love this calculator and sincerely appreciate the effort that went in to it. It brings back lots of memories! This last update though doesn't fill my nexus 7 screen like the previous version did. I hope we can get that back. Thanks!
Nice Emulator. Very faithful to the original! Lawrence, if you're open to some simple suggestions, then consider breaking "true" emulation and make small concessions to the display. Back in the 70's the LED display technology was a huge limitation and some things that really should have been displayed were omitted. (1) A small status line to display things such as the current "2nd" and "INV" state, as well "Deg/Rad/Grad" would be incredibly useful. (2) In program mode a simple 3 character mnemonic (like "log" or "SUM" etc) could be appended to the numerical op-codes. This would greatly simplify program editing. Some purists might object to any departure from the original display, but it could be as an option.
Coolest app ever. This is NOT my favorite calculator. It IS my favorite app. (It's my 2nd favorite calc.) For a good calculator, and to answer everyone's reservations about this, get the "RealCalc" app. It does what you want. But THIS app, does even more. It's an almost perfect emulation of the Ti-58 programmable calculator. And that's what makes it so special. I can't believe how much work the author put into recreating this wondrous old machine. Here's my deal . . . I have to level some sophisticated avionics systems. I have an ultra-sensitive electronic level that reads out in tenths of a milliradian. I have to insert a shim that corrects for that deviation. So, I have a right-angle triangle with an adjacent of several inches, and an opposite of maybe .0005". Try plugging those numbers into any "triangle" app. Those apps are made for "high-school" shop class trigonomics. This app solved my problem. With a few simple "learning" key strokes, I entered a somewhat complex formula, and could convert a number that was tenths of a milliradian, directly to an appropriate shim size, with one "virtual button". The possibilities are infinite. I could write a book on how cool this app is. Perhaps I did.
Heh heh. I had a 58c at one time. (Plugged in the wrong AC adapter and killed it :( ...bad of TI that I could do that!) Great for nostalgia... but those old calcs were so limited and... clumsy. They are not anything to aspire returning to. [Hmmm... there was a sentence that is resistant to removing the terminal preposition. "... inspire a return whither"?]
15611.5: increase size of tappable button area to see if that reduces complaints about unresponsive buttons; more consistent layout size on larger vs smaller screens; notification status now appears while program is running in background, not just when it stops; CE in error state now clears error state without clearing display.
15457.0: scale layout on phone-sized screens while centring on tablet-sized screens.
Simple calculator with complete history (virtual tape, a.k.a. ticker tape style)
Calculates display screen parameters: width, height, diagonal, pixel density etc