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    I have a Casio fx-85GT PLUS, and was wondering if I could modify the motherboard so I can store and display text files on it. Is this possible? If so, how? I don't really mind how complicated it is.
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    I have a Casio fx-85GT PLUS, and was wondering if I could modify the motherboard so I can store and display text files on it. Is this possible? If so, how? I don't really mind how complicated it is.
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    So that you can cheat in exams?

    I hope you simply destroy your calculator.
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    why would you need to do that ? :flute:
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    So that you can cheat in exams?

    I hope you simply destroy your calculator.
    Great contribution to the topic, bud.
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    why would you need to do that ? :flute:
    just... curious...
 
 
 
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