ENG button in Casio calculator

01072018, 09:57 AM
(This post was last modified: 01072018 02:05 PM by salvomic.)
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RE: ENG button in Casio calculator
(01072018 01:49 AM)BERNARD MICHAUD Wrote: Hi Salvo hi Bernard, I'm trying now in beta v3 and it works: with Key 1 I can switch between Standard and Engineering format (all number converted in Home into powers of 3). I think that still we have: 0 Standard, 1 Fixed, 2 Scientific, 3 Engineering, 4 Floating, 6 Rounded, as we can see in ShiftHome (Settings). Other people in the Forum could explain how System / Standard are intended (as precedence and number, I mean)... Examples See the attached image for info. Let's you input 0.0000356 • User / (÷) you get ENGB(Ans) > 35.6E6 • User x you get ENGA(Ans) > 0.0356E3 ENGA goes left, ENGB goes right in the powers list... • User  you get my "prefix" extension to the original program of cclinus, so you get "0.0356 m" (that as I used it after the two other commands, if you use it as first command you get a number >0 as normal). "m" means "milli" (1E3) • User + you get EXPR(renege(Ans) > 0.0000356, that's the original numbers. This works both from the ENG expressions and from the prefix one Then I put in the screenshot another example: input 1.12233E8 (actually 11.2233E9, but it's the same) prefix(Ans) returns "11.2233 n" that means "nano" (1E9) I hope this help ciao! Salvo ∫aL√0mic (IT9CLU) :: HP Prime 50g 41CX 71b 42s 39s 35s 12C 15C  DM42, DM41X  WP34s Prime Soft. Lib 

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