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About JPC531

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  1. Using sprite motion is a great idea. I could not think of anything that was consistent over time. I'll try that. Thanks
  2. Timing would be in motion. I do want to try assembly, but I wanted to see what is possible in Basic first. I think I can handle a peek and poke though. At least I know that I didn't miss anything easy
  3. I just started playing around with Extended Basic to see what the TI-99/4A can do. I made a simple program where I want to see how many words can be entered in one minute, but I do not see any Basic commands for time. On the TI-99 do you just have to estimate based on how long each instruction takes to run? Not sure how I would do that since the number of words would be different every time it is run. How do you handle a time count down?
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