Walter wrote: ↑Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:21 pm

All three functions IDIV (integer divide), RMDR (remainder), and MOD (modulo) are going to be present in the function set, each of them operating as a dyadic function (as they were and did in the set of the

*WP 34S*). There will be some 750 functions provided in total.

Not sure I wrote it correctly, regarding the integer division, my proposal was that pushing the f-shifted "/" take the numerator (N) in y register, the divisor (D) in x register and return both IDIV result (Q) in y register

**and** RMDR result (R) in x register. Hence, no stack drop and the two equally usefull results of N=Q.D + R available in the stack with only two keystroke. I understand that we cannot include the whole function set with direct access through keyboard and I wonder what lead to the decision to include RMDR and not IDIV. Situation is different in wp34s as one can perform a classical division followed by f-shifted "IP" to get directly the integer quotient. As far as I understood it, access to IP in wp43s will be through menu and certainly less efficient "keystroke-wise".

Anyway, no big deal as one could always reassign IDIV to its own menu

Walter wrote: ↑Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:21 pm

That's a bit more difficult: the Quick Reference Guide needs 13 pages so far. This is far less, however, than the 563 pages of both manuals in total.

Idea was something similar to what is shown in back of HP15C which provide some graphical hints and is

*fortunately* less detailled than user and advanced user manuals.

Again, no big deal as users of wp43s will certainly already know the whole manual by heart... as they did with DM15

PS: How do you input statistical data with WP43s, I don't find the usual "sigma+" in keyboard, is it in stats menu ? Another question, why shifted locations of 7, 8 and 9 keys aren't allocated ?