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

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  • Niven
    Niven
    31st Jul 2012
    @Poorsoft thx @cyberdragon I used the website to commentt and goto the forum and look up calculator v2.5 bug report. Tell me exactly what u did cause it lets me square any number
  • Poorsoft
    Poorsoft
    31st Jul 2012
    @Niven You may want to remove one of those weird tags there. Also.. This is too amazing! Everything is amazing, I really wonder how you did this! +1 and Favourited.
  • cyberdragon442
    cyberdragon442
    31st Jul 2012
    it won't square above 7.
  • cyberdragon442
    cyberdragon442
    31st Jul 2012
    OH MY GOD!!!!!!! HOW DID IT LET YOU DO THAT?!!!!!!!!!
  • Niven
    Niven
    31st Jul 2012
    I always test this before uploading it and have never had any mistakes when using it (except during testing before fixing the bugs). The ready sign has become sorta useless since I added it (it was useful when first added), but I don't plan on removing it since it doesn't cause any problems and has some use. The only way I can think of that could possible cause this to malfunction would be if you pressed clear in the middle of an operation(it's impossible to stop the spark itself from continuing during the calculating).If u do that, u should press cntrl+= as well, and doing that as well may not be enough for it to not malfunction
  • cyberdragon442
    cyberdragon442
    31st Jul 2012
    the ready sign is useless. it just gives errors, blanks and random answers. it must be your wifi channals interfering.
  • Niven
    Niven
    31st Jul 2012
    There is absolutely no way I can think of that u could get 6x6=14 on this calc. I get 36 everytime (6x6 or 6^2). Did u wait for the ready sign to light up before pressing the next button?
  • Nyquil98
    Nyquil98
    31st Jul 2012
    it doesnt multipy correcly. 6x6 isnt 14.
  • Niven
    Niven
    31st Jul 2012
    @Roger yeah, I know. Especially if you're like me and use a laptop from like 2001 that runs on XP and has little processing power. I run this at like 9 fps :(
  • Roger
    Roger
    31st Jul 2012
    Nice but the processing is very slow