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About Emulator for TI-59 Calculator

Emulate a 1977 vintage Texas Instruments TI-58/58C/59 calculator. This programmable emulator lets you load/save programs, it includes an implementation of the original Master Library module and many other modules (Leisure, Math, Surveying, Electrical, Aviation, Marine). Sources on GitHub at https://github.com/TurboGit/ti5x_android include a tools for building your own program/module files.

The ti5x application does aim for 100% authenticity even if not possible in all cases. Yet, it supports many undocumented features from the original calculator like the HIR registers and the /DSZ nn 51/ (decrement no-jump) instructions.

With the current version it is possible to play some famous games. And many original programs are running without modification.

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This is great. I was looking for the TI-30 Vintage 1979 Red LED Calculator (emulator), and I found this one instead.
Rick E
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Even you grew up TI SR-56, this is the best alternitive calculator. Happy that there is still support. 👍
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Superb emulator, works a treat, made me feel "totally at home" with it straight away. Wish: What I would love to see is an option to somehow indicate that the "2nd" key is active; this was something I wished...
Paul Dallas