As many Advent of Code problems as possible, done in Z80 assembly language for the TI83 graphing calculator.
Code is available here.
Wabbitemu is a Z80 TI Calculator emulator
Yes, I use the wabbitemu emulator to test the code locally. The most important thing about that is that I don't have to remove the batteries to reset the calculator if I have an error that bricks it. I have dumped the rom from my own calculator though, so given that the emulator is accurate, I should be observing the exact same behaviour as on my physical calculator.
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