Quadratic Function Visualizer

General Info
Contributor(s): Superfoo
Release Date: January 11, 2014
Development Status: Stable
Version: 2.0.0
Size: 1100 B (1 KB)
Mode(s): Single-Player
Language(s): English

A program that graphs quadratic and linear functions on the Petit Computer.


A quadratic function is a polynomial function with the standard form: y=ax^2+bx+c You will be asked to give the values for A, B, and C. The program will then graph the functions using the given coefficients.


Version 1.0.0Edit

  • Initial Release

Version 1.0.1Edit

  • Fixed negative function errors

Version 2.0.0 Edit

  • Entirely new program
  • Smaller window
  • Programming repairs
  • Better coding

Future PlansEdit

  • Further repair of negative function errors
  • Movable window
  • Command line format
  • Multiple graph modes
    • Linear
    • Quadratic
    • Trig
    • Plot points
    • Conics





Variable ListEdit

  • A$ = Exit input
  • A = A
  • B$ = Clear screen input
  • B = B
  • C = C
  • D = Math
  • E = Math
  • F = Math
  • G = Math
  • H = GLINE y start point
  • I = GLINE y end point
  • L = Program usage
  • X = GLINE x point
  • Z = x value in the function


This software, Quadratic Function Visualizer, was created by Superfoo using the Petit Computer application and is intended for use only on Petit Computer for the Nintendo DSi and Nintendo 3DS family of systems. You are free to download this program for personal use. If you give credit and contact me first, you may also distribute this program and create derivative works from it. Superfoo, 2014


  • Program will crash with an overly high A value
  • To graph linear functions, A=0
  • 0 must be added for decimal values less than 1
    • Not: .0625
    • OK: 0.0625


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