Niven
Niven
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28th Oct 2012
18th Nov 2012
https://powdertoy.co.uk/Discussions/Threa d/View.html?Thread=15283 goto that link for instructions on OP and OPS (There may be some spaces when you copy/paste it so just backspace those)
electronics computer advanced electronic logic multiplication calculator

Comments

  • ShawnPR1
    ShawnPR1
    4th Nov 2012
    I'm sorry, but how the hell is this not better than justinwood2's basic addition calculator? THIS is the best calculator TPT has ever seen! I mean you can do calculations like 69+1=70 ... meaning you can enter double digits for the first time! This is supposed to be on the number 1 spot (in my opinion)
  • osmans
    osmans
    3rd Nov 2012
    nice calculator no mistake
  • Niven
    Niven
    2nd Nov 2012
    @bren I got 9. Idk what you did but it wasn't 1 x 9. @awesomeone only one operation at a time and read the signs, --, means it detected an error (like a muliple operation calculation). Try 2 X 9 = 18(don't enter 18. the calc will display 18) - 1 = 17
  • awesomeone101
    awesomeone101
    2nd Nov 2012
    2 X 9 - 1 = --| LOL!
  • bren9874
    bren9874
    2nd Nov 2012
    Cool 1 x 9 = 15
  • tacoman6
    tacoman6
    2nd Nov 2012
    BLEW IT UP WITH TNT SRRY I WAS BORED
  • beskus
    beskus
    1st Nov 2012
    This is awesome. It needs some polishing indeed but still.
  • tonytwo
    tonytwo
    1st Nov 2012
    its soo fun to mess these things up with an EMP
  • 08ohib
    08ohib
    1st Nov 2012
    when you press one first time it says 9
  • Niven
    Niven
    31st Oct 2012
    On the topic of long calculations, you HAVE to hit = after each one. Ex 13+17=30-50=-20+13=-7+8=1. It's partially my fault for not making that perfectly clear. remember, it's not easy making a tpt calculator very powerful or flexible