The link doesn't show SIG, AFAICS. Neither does it explain its functionality.Jaymos wrote: ↑Mon May 27, 2019 6:16 pmhttp://www.cocoon-creations.com/download/IMG_9553.PNG
Easy to compile into the WP34S and make a sticker.
I would love for it to be in the WP43S.
Regarding LASTx, RCL L will stay.
Regarding hyperbolics, I'll wait for more votes. After all, it can be changed most easily.
Regarding point 6: My fault. Please forget the footnote reference here.
ϑ ∈ (-π, π] is equivalent to -π < ϑ ≤ π.Jaymos wrote: ↑Mon May 27, 2019 6:16 pmI checked again and I really cannot see how this is correct.WP43S UM p146: wrote: "Special cases: If a negative magnitude is entered, it is made positive
and ϑ is increased by π and then normalized (i.e. ϑ will never
exceed the interval (− π, π] in radians or its equivalents – cf. p. 122)."
Understood. Will discuss internally.Jaymos wrote: ↑Mon May 27, 2019 6:16 pmI would prefer the same operation for both ways, consistent with the 42S tradition. I use complex numbers a lot, and having two opposing ways of entry will result in constantly doing it wrong.
The backwards entry style compared to 42S also is the reason that for complex numbers I never use the WP34S but always rather use my WP34C. Most certainly different entry methods in the same machine will be massively confusing to the user not using complex numbers often.