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Do not get me wrong! I have no such program to give you, but a few recommendations.
Read the theory on interpolation and understand it well. Choose one interpolation algorithm-look for something that is not too complicated.
Write a program in your native language (preferably English, because the commands of the TI89Titanium are in English):

  1. Starting from the initial data, state the sequence of steps you would have to perform to get the end result. That is the algorithm.
  2. Translate the steps in abbreviated English (pseudo code).
  3. Better write a step for each action (instruction)
  4. Run it in your head. Use some simple data that you could find in books, references.
  5. If you see that the program should do, translate each statement in the language of the TI89 Titanium.
  6. Respect the syntax of the commands
  7. All the available commands are detailed in the appendix to the book. There, you find each single command with its syntax, parameters, variables, and error conditions).
You can try education.ti.com or ticalc.org for any program you might look at to get some inspiration.

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