Niven
Niven
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29th Jul 2012
8th Aug 2012
If u think it's too slow, make ur own. I built this to WORK. it WORKS, and that's all I care about. My comp runs this at only 9 fps and I still don't think I need to make it faster.
electronic sweet spark calculator square logic multiplication

Comments

  • Niven
    Niven
    2nd Aug 2012
    @grhughes Thanks for the compliment but I think the most functional calculator is this one: 389689
  • grhughes
    grhughes
    2nd Aug 2012
    Division? That would be avesome, but it's just a simulation. We have real calculators for that! +1 for the most functional calculator on TPT!
  • YuriSH
    YuriSH
    2nd Aug 2012
    It so slow
  • screw99
    screw99
    2nd Aug 2012
    @coconut-lol I don't think TPT Producers can simulate quantum physics. that would be crazy. think about the photon-two-places-at-once expirement. O_o
  • coconut219
    coconut219
    1st Aug 2012
    @ previous comment. unless your dealing with quantum bits
  • cyberdragon442
    cyberdragon442
    1st Aug 2012
    binary is simple. each digit is either one or 0. each digit represents double the previous digit (starting at decimal 1). so the 1's mark the numbers that you add together to make the total number.
  • Niven
    Niven
    1st Aug 2012
    @tothemyers Personally, my calc works in binary and I don't know how they represent decimal numbers in binary. I think someone did make one that was predetermined though.
  • tothemyers
    tothemyers
    1st Aug 2012
    This is rather good, but there's just one thing... I've seen multiplication, subtraction, and addition calculators, and now one with x^2. Why has nobody ever made a division calculator?
  • borodin--jg
    borodin--jg
    1st Aug 2012
    PERFECT TEST FOR MY JAMMERS XD +1
  • Lockheedmartin
    Lockheedmartin
    1st Aug 2012
    Could use a little work on the actual art, but all in all it's good. Nice work!