These TI-basic files are all in text format, (since I don't have a link-cable), so in theory one would have to type them in manually -- which I highly doubt anyone ever will --including myself. However, I was able to use a TI emulator called VTI to create the mnswpr.82p file and it's companion resetsg.82p which can be uploaded to your TI-82 with a cable link or your virtual TI-82. To emulate with VTI, you'll need ROMs for the TI series.

- binary.txt -- Converts base 10 to binary. Works for really really huge numbers.
- cmpltsqr.txt -- Completes the square.
- deriv.txt -- Useful for finding derivatives.
- line.txt -- Contains a few useful functions for calculating formulas for lines.
- mineswpr.txt -- A graphical version of minesweeper for the TI-82 !! A product of many high school study halls. (screenshot here)
- quad.txt -- Finds the roots of a quadratic, graphs it (if you choose to), and reports the focus and vertex. Works for imaginary numbers as well.
- resetsg.txt -- A program that resets your graph setting to the default. This may be required for some of the other porgrams.
- simpson.txt -- Uses Simpson's rule to calculate an integral.
- temp.txt -- Converts between Kelvin, Celsius, and Farenheit
- trapint.txt -- Uses the trapazoid method to calculate an integral.