Programming APPS vs. Ram Programs

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This is intended for calculators with Flash memory and so APPS, this means, the TI-8x family and TI-73.

Programming APPS is very much like ram programs with some extra things to keep in mind.


  • Code starts in $4000
  • An APPS need an apps header
  • No write back or self modifying code
  • Most static data passed to bcalls (strings for instance) has to be copied to RAM first
  • Page calls, jumps or copy data