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Axe Parser ('Axe') is a new programming language for the TI-83+/84+ calculators created by Kevin Horowitz that is designed to replace the built-in TI-Basic language. The language resembles TI-Basic, and programs can be written on the calculator using the same program editor; it is also substantially faster than TI-Basic, and allows more control while remaining much easier to learn than assembly.
Axe is a true compiled language, however, as it creates nostub assembly programs which can be distributed and run by themselves just like standard assembly programs written in straight assembly, or can be run from within an assembly shell (such as MirageOS or Doors CS). It won the prestigious Program of the Year (POTY) award at ticalc.org in 2010.
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