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48G thousands separator in Standard number?
06-01-2017, 11:22 AM (This post was last modified: 06-01-2017 12:21 PM by Vtile.)
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RE: 48G thousands separator in Standard number?
(06-01-2017 05:05 AM)cyrille de brébisson Wrote:  Hello,

HP Prime does have around 10 different choices, including small spaces for 1000 separators...

However, using , as a separator on a high end calc has its own issues.. Among others the fact that , is used as an arguement separator and ; as an instruction separator...
So, in , mode, we have some conflicts to deal with.

It is a good thing to hear that the "small space" is an option in Prime. It seems to be also ISO and BIPM recommended format for digit grouping.

I wonder what hex value one should modify on 50g rom to change the digit grouping symbol from ie. comma to char(184) or char(180) while radix is a dot. I would think the masking is done only in one place in the ROM. Even 0001BD60 to 0001BE60 type of answer would give an idea where to look.
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