Compact Str1 Editor
TPad was originally designed in early 1998 by SiCoDe as a small String 1 editor for the TI-83. This version uses more efficient programming to bring you several useful features.
1.2 Version History
1) Unzip the file TPAD.ZIP into any directory
2) Send the file TPAD.83P to your TI-83
3) Run prgmTPAD
TPad is extremely user-friendly. To view a string, select "View Str1" from the menu, and it appears. Inside the View screen press left or down to advance a page and right or up to retreat a page. Pressing any other key returns to the main menu. To write a new strng select "New Str1" and just type! "Str1 Stats" allows you to see how long the string is and how much memory it is taking up.
4.1 Troubleshooting & Support
There are no known bugs for TPad. If you find one please send it in!
For technical support email: email@example.com
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TPad programmed by: David Hall
Mem Indicator uses SiCoDe AccuMem
Ricky Cobb for the 52 byte optimisation in v1.4 :)
Everyone who uses this program!
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