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(04-17-2016 09:35 PM)Paul Dale Wrote: [ -> ]Looks like we've got a clear winner here: 34SII.

But you won't get the 'true HP experience' unless you start by calling it the 34SII, then change to 34Sii, then change again to 34sII and finally call it the 34sii+ ;-)
If you notice, I started with 34Sii and then went to 34SII. Next up we'll be introducing the 34SiI

Pauli
Let's call it thirtyfouresstwo or ThirtyFourEssTwo...
VierunddreissigSzwo klingt es besser.

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0010 0010 S 10 (or 42 S2 in octal...)
I saw this thread mentioning a hypothetical WP 35S:

Is this the same calculator as the proposed 34S-double-i-in-whatever-combination-of-upper-and-lower-case?
(04-24-2016 09:51 AM)sa-penguin Wrote: [ -> ]0010 0010 S 10 (or 42 S2 in octal...)
Hmm, I would have thought it is 34S2 in binary ;-)

Ohh, I misunderstood 0010 0010 S 10 bin = 42S2 oct I first read it as 0010 0010 S 10 oct = 42S2 dec...
How about simplifying ii and go with
34s(-1)
(04-28-2016 06:36 PM)ndzied1 Wrote: [ -> ]How about simplifying ii and go with
34s(-1)

I'm afraid the 34Sii's complex capabilities aren't up for this, yet.
(04-28-2016 06:36 PM)ndzied1 Wrote: [ -> ]How about simplifying ii and go with
34s(-1)

Isn't there implicit multiplication?
34s(-1)--> -34s

Make it as simple as possible

G nter
How about "Thirty Four Ess" ?

Then we can escalate this to arguing about which font to use... (grin)
Une calculatrice si chaude..., really HOT, this swiss-australian-german project. And there's even a name reflecting that speciality:

34Sii CH-AU-DE
(04-26-2016 10:18 PM)Hsilop Wrote: [ -> ]I saw this thread mentioning a hypothetical WP 35S: