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New Tech Poll: The FG99 and BASIC, DOS, Utilities, etc.

Concerning the FinalGROM99  

26 members have voted

  1. 1. Do you own a FinalGROM99

    • Yes.
      21
    • No.
      4
    • No, but I plan to buy one.
      1
  2. 2. Has the FinalGROM's console reset button been useful to you?

    • Yes.
      20
    • No.
      1
    • Not really, I already had a reset button on my TI.
      1
    • N/A - I don't own a FG99.
      4
  3. 3. What is your primary method for loading programs with the FinalGROM.

    • Games on the cartridge from the built-in cartridge menu.
      18
    • Primarily to load Force Command.
      2
    • Another Method (please specify)
      0
    • N/A - I don't own a FG99.
      6
  4. 4. Do you use the FinalGROM 99's ability to jump into and out of BASIC/DOS?

    • Yes.
      6
    • No.
      15
    • N/A - I don't own a FG99.
      5


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Lately it's become quite obvious that the FinalGROM 99 has made obsolete many individual cartridges, but has it also changed the way you operate your TI?  This poll has a couple of specific questions, but please feel free to write in/about anything you personally have changes or done differently that may improve things for others as well.

 

 

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On 9/8/2020 at 10:25 AM, Omega-TI said:

Lately it's become quite obvious that the FinalGROM 99 has made obsolete many individual cartridges, but has it also changed the way you operate your TI?  This poll has a couple of specific questions, but please feel free to write in/about anything you personally have changes or done differently that may improve things for others as well.

 

 

I should get mine today.  I think the reset button will be very useful.  I will have to see how much I use DOS, ForceCommand, and BASIC.  I am hoping to learn other languages like Forth or PASCAL, but will probably also use Extended BASIC a lot at first to get to know the machine better.  Nothing like peeking and poking to learn a machine.

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