Program Header

Doors CSE 8 and above automatically recognizes all BASIC programs as BASIC programs. However, if you want your programs to be a bit more spiffy, Doors CSE offers the ability to add icons, and you can specify that certain BASIC programs, like support subprograms, be hidden from the Doors CSE desktop. The header formats below explain each of these features.

Icons #

You can get more info about how icons are made here. If you want an automated program to let you draw 16x16 icons that will give you the hex code, I recommend TIFreak8x’s Doors CSE 8 Icon Creator.

16x16 Icon #

The hex digits in the following icon match the OS color palette, where 1=blue, 2=red, 3=black, and so on.

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Hybrid TI-BASIC #

If you wish to use xLIBC and Celtic 2 CSE functions (detailed here), you should use the following header:

:If 80>det([[20
:Disp "Get Doors CSE to run this:","

det([[20]]) will equal 80 for Doors CSE 8.0, 81 for Doors CSE 8.1, 82 for Doors CSE 8.2, 90 for Doors CSE 9.0, and so on. You can use the value to make sure the user has a minimum required Doors CSE version on his or her calculator.

Ignore Program #

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