The .tib source files provided here are compiled using TI-Basic Compiler, which converts an ASCII .tib file into a binary .8xp file that can be sent to a calculator. You can transfer .8xp programs to Windows or Mac using Texas Instruments' official TI-Connect software; for Linux I suggest TiLP.
Some assembly required, maybe
Unfortunately TI-Basic Compiler is slightly buggy, sometimes mangling the last few characters of programs. If you run into problems:
- Open the program source on your calculator by going to
PRGM > EDIT
- Scroll to bottom
- Ensure that last line reads
:"(instead of garbage like
- BINTREE2: Two-period binomial tree pricing for European/American puts/calls.
- BINTREE3: Three-period binomial tree pricing for European/American puts/calls.
- BSCHOLES: Black-Scholes formula.
- BLKJACK: Also known as 21.
- SIMON: The classic memory game.