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Calculator-Based Laboratory

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Calculator-Based Laboratory

The Calculator-Based Laboratory (CBL) is a data collection device manufactured by Texas Instruments and introduced in 1994. The CBL can be used to collect data either in conjunction with a TI graphing calculator, or on its own. Different from programming languages, it consists of a set of commands starting with a colon (:) which are to be executed in existing applications such as the default calculator and the graphical calculation program.

A CBL script example

   :Request "Give a value.",userin
   :Disp result

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