
It's lame make it into a cool game losers
It's lame make it into a cool game losers
3 votes 
slap the teachers
they suck
3 votes 
die
die I'm dead nope yeetyeet
3 votes 
Trigonometric functios not working...
Sin(45 deg )
Error. (intermediate value)(intermediate value)(intermediate value) is not a function
1 vote 
3 votes

1 vote

1 vote

4 votes

4 votes

1/ function to act upon data already entered
Hello,
Thanks for this calculator. It's great.
I noticed that the absolute value function, and the +/, and likely a few others, will act upon data already entered. For example, entering 55 and then x will give the absolute value of 55. However, entering 10 and then 1/ only gives "101/", which isn't helpful. It's nice to be able to convert after a calculation, and not have to predict that I'll need to do it before entering data.
Thank you again!
5 votes 
500,000 x 6% is not 900,000,000
500,000 x 6% is not 900,000,000
4 votes 
BUG: when you do whatever /0 is infinity, shouldn't be error?
Error, not infinity
5 votes 
create a way to imbed your emulator into onenote or similar for both iOS and PC
for use in remote learning so it's easier for teachers to do demos.
4 votes 
CHECK OUT FUNTIONS. WENT TO USE AS AS CONVERTER FOR METRICUS STANDARD BUT ONLY STAYED W/ CURRENCY
STAYS ON CURRENCY CONVERTER & NOTHING ELSE
9 votes 
Ability to calculate with different number systems!
Definitely the best calculator, however it works only for decimal numbers, I would suggest to implement ability to calculate over binary, hex and octal number systems as well as scientific notation option.
At present you can't for example divide or add numbers from other number systems, only for decimal system will work.
Conversion also does not work. for example:
bin(1.22) = bin(0.1) in calculator which is false.at present only conversion(limited) is possible no operation with different numbers systems.
That way it would become more useful for us developers.
I currently have several calculators in my bookmarks to perform various…
10 votes 
Bug: Trig functions are broken and other weirdness
On Firefox and Edge:
For example cos(#45) is showing ": Error. [DecimalError] Precision limit exceeded" Similar errors for sin() and tan()
On Chrome the calculator just doesn't display at all.
8 votes 
MORE colors we need more colors
vote for more colors now and we will rule the world lmao
3 votes 
4 votes

1 vote

"Enter" key will give a total.
Total will not enter. The remainder of the number keys function. Can you help? I have used this calculator with the Google app for years.
4 votes
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