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* For Programmers: <b>[[Prizm Programming Portal]]</b> for <b>SDKs</b>, <b>syscall</b> references, and useful <b>routines</b>
 
* For Programmers: <b>[[Prizm Programming Portal]]</b> for <b>SDKs</b>, <b>syscall</b> references, and useful <b>routines</b>
 
* For All: <b>[http://www.cemetech.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=68 Casio Prizm Discussions]</b> for programming <b>help</b>, "how do I..." help, and more
 
* For All: <b>[http://www.cemetech.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=68 Casio Prizm Discussions]</b> for programming <b>help</b>, "how do I..." help, and more
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''WikiPrizm is a project started under the auspices of [http://www.cemetech.net Cemetech], but welcomes contributions from the entire Casio and TI programming community without bias. WikiPrizm was last updated on {{CURRENTMONTHNAME}} {{CURRENTDAY}}, {{CURRENTYEAR}}.''

Revision as of 01:08, 29 November 2011

Welcome to WikiPrizm

To date, although many great applications have been made for the Casio Prizm color-screen graphing calculator, details are far too sparse and disorganized, spanning forum threads on several websites, scattered downloadable documentation in limited formats, and a few reference pages. We hope to collate and organize all this information into a simple, clear, and useable reference guide to programming the Casio Prizm and to getting games and programs for your Prizm.

Getting Started


WikiPrizm is a project started under the auspices of Cemetech, but welcomes contributions from the entire Casio and TI programming community without bias. WikiPrizm was last updated on March 31, 2020.