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I have been googling around and have found that the TI calculator that I use uses a z80 chip. I was wondering if it is possible to use assembly rather than the default program language of the calculator to write programs for it. Any ideas of how I could find documentation for this?

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Yes it is possible. Just google TI 84/83/89 (whatever version you have) assembly tutorials. I once tried to do it but then I got bored

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