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TI French Team (TIFT) is a French programming group. Their goal has been to help z80 assembly programmers and facilitate the learning process.
FastRPL is a fast, interpreted programming language. It is designed to be programmed on the calculator, making programming quick and easy. Here are some programs made with it:
And if you are familiar with Doom:
- zDoom — Doom for the z80 (TI-83+/84+)
- Juha3D — includes routines for 3D drawing
- FastRPL — an interpreted programming language
- TI-z80 Unification FAQ by gh
- Sim City by paxl
- RPN III by paxl
- Tiny Carz by kuda
- Ti-ny Worms by kuda and Julien Faixo
- Paper Plane by Deus Makina and pacha
- Diz by yhean
- Remember by yhean
The TI French Team (TIFT) was founded by Julien Le Guen in Fall 2000. It started out with just a couple members, and gradually grew over time. Many of the members were inactive, however, and the group had a relatively high turn-over rate. Some of the members were involved with their own TI site or other sites in the community. In particular, TIman62 ran the popular les83plus (URL: http://les83plus.free.fr) and Deus Makina ran his personal site TIDev (URL: http://membres.multimania.fr/tidev/).
deeph of TIFT hosted a programming contest in 2011 called zContest. The contest was open to programs written in assembly, pure TI-Basic, or hybrid TI-Basic (using assembly libraries or tools for assistance). There were over a dozen entries into the contest with many of them featuring fun gameplay.
TIFT member Deus Makina committed suicide a few days before October 4, 2003. The reason for his suicide was unknown, and he was a recent member of the TIFT but a long-time TI community member. pacHa and Deus Makina was good friends, and had both entered the TIFT together. pacHa decided to finish his PaperPlane game as a tribute to him.