RPN scientific calculator firmware for $13 calculator kit

10232019, 01:47 PM
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RE: RPN scientific calculator firmware for $13 calculator kit
Is there a way to enter an exponent during number entry? I'd like to be able to enter scientific notation numbers. The only way I see to do it now is this
Example: Enter 1.67e14 1.67 Enter 14 Shift 6 (10^x) * That wouldn't be too bad if the base 10 antilog returned integers when given an integer argument but it doesn't always (as in the example above) Tom L Cui bono? 

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