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End of the Nspire Lua Contest

Some time ago, we announced a contest : Nspire programming in Lua . This was a large scale contest since the total sum of the prizes was of about € 750, including three awesome TI-Nspire CAS CX !

The contest is now over !

With not less than 14 Lua programs submitted, we think this is a great success for a language so “new” on the TI-Nspire calculator!

We would like to thank all participants, regardless of their results!

The judges (Levak, Critor and myself) are going to analyze everything you have done in the coming days, and the results should be there soon !

In the meantime, here is the list (just name + Screenshot) of entries received.

We recall that these programs, unless otherwise stated on the download page are subject to the following license : CC BY-SA 2.0 . Not respecting the terms of this license will result in legal consequences. The authors of the respective programs can change their licence at their will by contacting us by e-mail, of course.

Games : 7

Bobby Carrot – - – - Loïc P.

Labyrinthe – - – - David L.

Reversi (Othello) – - – - Deep Thought.

MasterMind – - – - Nick V.

TI-Cran – - – - Julien R.

Nspired Phoenix Lua – - – - Florent D.

Tactical Wars CX – - – - Rehn C.

Mathematics: 4

TabVar 3 – - – - JayTe.

LuaCS – - – - Jonathan L.

LogoMagic – - – - Jim B.

ABA Logique – - – - Loulou54.

Physics/Chemistry: 3

Planétarium – - – - Bastien V.

FormulaOne – - – - Naji A.

Formules de Chimie – - – - Paul J.


Well, while waiting for the results to come, fell free to comment on these programs !

Once again, congratulations to all !

Graphical chemical reaction analysis (Nspire Lua)

(By the way, don’t think that I’m talking about me at the third-person : this is a translation I’ve done of the original TI-Planet article ;-) )

Another exclusive TI-Planet program today!

Our dear member Adriweb, after releasing the Chemical Reaction analysis program for TI-83 + / 84 + ( http://tiplanet.org/forum/archives_voir.php?id=1308 ) , has now programmed its Nspire version ! This is a first on this calculator, especially as it profits from the main new feature offered by the OS 3 : Lua Scripting, like the program TabVar 3, presented yesterday.

This .tns document actually consists of two parts:

-> You run the program (TI-Basic) avancement() and follow the steps to provide information on the chemical reaction to be studied.

-> Go to the next tab and watch the table drawn in detail and in color (Nspire CX only) !

A screenshot?


This program is open source and licensed under the Creative Commons BY-SA 2.0.

Source code : https://github.com/adriweb/Tableau-d-Avancement-LUA/blob/master/TableauAvancement.lua

Link the topic of TIPlanet (more info + download ….): http://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=8385

Download link directly : http://tiplanet.org/index.php?mod=archives&ac=voir&id=3754

(Click on the “Telecharger” button)

TI-Planet.org : the website that creates smart programs !

By the way, Happy Halloween;-)