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it stupit usereal calculator a

it stupit use a real calculator .back in my day we did not have calculators on the computer we just had reguler calculator. i was born in 1962 and its 2020.

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    Elianu miclanElianu miclan shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • XenonXenon commented  · 

        Well one more thing, ever hear of a M+ or MR or MC button, your "ans" button is cute, but nearly useless.

      • XenonXenon commented  · 

        I agree with you, the calculators on computers are like returning to the dark ages, they really are a bunch of crap. The programmers that make them must have never actually used a real calculator. My Casio fx450 runs circles around these computer programs. I have been let down again with trying to find a calculator for a computer that actually is 100% functional. My beef with this program, where is the Degree/Radian/Gradian buttons? Geez. Apparently, using a # sign is how you get the trig. functions to work in Degrees... how about this 1) use an actual calculator 2) design program around how calculators work 3) When calculator works like a real calculator, add cutesy features.

      • Elianu miclanElianu miclan commented  · 

        the world has changed a lot the past few years :) .

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