Hello world,

Lately I bought a TI-84 (Graphing calculator) for my Math classes.
I started wondering how to program it using assembly.

Over the internet I found tutorials about this using TASM (+other building tools), but this isn't quite what I want.
I've much experience with NASM, so it would be nice if I could program it in NASM-syntax assembly.

My question is:
Does anyone know how to program a TI-84 using NASM-assembly? (Maybe references to tutorials/documentations)

Thanks in advance,
FallenHero

The short answer is, you can't. NASM is specific to the x86 and x86-64 family of processors; you will need a Z80 assembler (that's the processor the TI-84 uses) which produces object code which can be loaded to the calculator in order to program for it. The TASM you mentioned (by which I assume you mean Telemark Assembler, not Turbo Assembler) is pretty much the only one which fits that bill.