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Calculator - Basic and Scientific views

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Jason

Jason replied 6 years ago, re: Thierry's Version 5 from 6 years ago

I would make the results part flick-scrollable. (up/down)
Perhaps even allow the results part to be flick-scrollable as well (left/right) between the number view and a graphing view. And maybe that's where you can put your memory slots.
I would also make the keypad part flick-scrollable, but left-right. That way we can support an number of modes.
If you leave a top row of buttons empty, they can be your memory buttons and the user can drag the number from the results window to a blank button to avoid the memory panel/constants interface. The blank button then becomes filled with the number (Not that the memory panel is bad, but we can eliminate that complexity until it is really needed.

We should also allow the regular keyboard so that we can allow text entry and if that keyboard is used, send the results off to wolfram alpha for interpetation, then post that back in the results part.

Jason

Jason replied 6 years ago, re: Thierry's Version 5 from 6 years ago

In fact, when you allow flick-able keyboards, you can have any set of functions.
So your screen comes down to:

RESULTS: number, graphical
MEM SLOTS
SPECIAL: trig, discrete math, linear algebra, hexidecimal (A-F) etc
NUMBERPAD

And that would be one usable calculator

Jason

Jason replied 6 years ago, re: Thierry's Version 5 from 6 years ago

Also maybe a special panel for units conversion. The capabilities of the windows 7 calculator should be repated, more or less.

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