General discussion about calculators, Swiss Micros or otherwise
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grsbanks wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 09, 2018 5:08 am
Oops.... Apologies for that, err... slight discrepancy. Should be corrected now.
Thanks very much
I did a quick check of the other constants, all look good; thanks again.
41CL, 12C/15C, DM15/16, 71B, 17B, 28S, DM42, 48GX, 17bII+, 50g (& newRPL), 35s, 30b (WP 34S), Prime G2
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(Delurking after going through the forum after a break of a few months.)
Just realized that I might have something useful to post here: a constant library I started myself a while ago that does away with (some of) the uncertainties as to what constant means what and what the associated unit is. The idea is to simply place the vital information in the Alpha register and show it when a constant is retrieved.