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NumWorks open source calculator
08-30-2017, 05:35 AM (This post was last modified: 08-30-2017 05:36 AM by ijabbott.)
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A few random thoughts:
  1. There seems to be some question about whether or not it can only run digitally signed firmware due to "exam mode" requirements (https://www.reddit.com/r/numworks/commen...tty_easily). This may put the kibosh on projects such as porting Free42, WP-34s, WP-43s, NEWRPL, etc.
  2. It only has 256 KiB of RAM which might not be enough to run a CAS (just a guess).
  3. The current implementation of the calculator uses the FPU's binary floating point support, but decimal floating point seems preferable for a calculator.
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