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NumWorks open source calculator
03-21-2018, 08:43 AM
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(03-20-2018 11:08 PM)debrouxl Wrote:  [quote='pier4r' pid='93438' dateline='1521584632']

Bernard Parisse's work for a Python-like syntax in giac was a great idea, quickly executed, and HP was fully right to integrate it into the Prime's OS... but I have a hard time considering it as more than a stopgap measure, especially now that Casio decided to integrate MicroPython to the fx-CG50 / Graph 90+E.

I've looked for more information on Casio Python but haven't been able to find any. Do you have a URL?

Tom L
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