6th May 2012
30th Jul 2012
1 digit calculator with 3 operations (only i op at a time). Checks for most, if not all, errors that someone could make, and has a ready button to tell the user when they should hit the next button (ready button is accurate). Calculates everything out
ok. UPDATE: Added a zero button and extended the subtraction binary-to-decimal converter so it now converts both 9 and negative 9
i havent figured out how to make 0+0 work on my calculator... i say you add it just for the for the sake of having it, but people dont really seem to notice (or care)
I'm thinking about seeing if I can add a zero button (shouldn't be too hard). Just wanted to hear people's thoughts on it. Is it worth the trouble or should i leave the calculator the way it is?
I hav absolutley no idea what you did to get 29 from 9x9! All i know to say is wait for each of the adders being used for your problem to recieve the second number in binary.
LOL now i got correct answer XD
@niven , i allready wait not to early... , its ok , TPT electronics likes to error with no reason :/
nah. I'm done making calculators. This is as complicated as I plan on going. Plus, I don't even know where to start with dividing. I'm sure that there's some calculator that has division though
can you allow us to divide? I wanna break it by dividing by zero.
i got 27. You must've hit = too early. You have to wait for each of the adders to recieve the second number inputted before hitting =