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arty-fishL 12-12-2009 03:29 PM

Ok
 
[QUOTE=Dameria;14386]Thanks, now I see that it can do division, multiplication, and so on. Also, although I do not like the covers, I did like the fact that when you click on the buttons they flash a certain color. Thanks for expanding on my program, now I don't have to do it :)

If you want, you can keep working on it and post your work on this thread, and if you every make a new version, I will put it onto the first below the other versions, as I have done with this one.

One thing I would like to see changed that I have not figured out yet it to keep the text in the correct place when something is equated. Oh, and also for some reason you left the methods of button= on EVERY single cover, which when I deleted them, it decreased your file size by about 150 KB. Also, another bug is when you click the button+- more than one time, it will create several - signs, and it will also create a negative 0 if you click it when 0. A few bugs, and if you want to fix it be my guest, just make sure to give me credit for the stuff that I did.[/QUOTE]

Will do that if you want, thanks for posting bugs.:)

arty-fishL 12-28-2009 04:06 PM

Calculator 1.3
 
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Forgot to post this, not been doin Alice for a while, but here is Calculator version 1.3, with ALL FUNCTIONS WORKING, EXCEPT PERCENTAGE AND BACKSPACE.

Even the memory functions work, but remember this, I didnt know until I looked at the help;

MS to save the currently displayed number to memory.
MR to replace the number on screen with the saved number.
MC to clear the number in memory.
M+ to add the number displayed on screen to the number in memory and save as the memory number, but in the background without affecting the current calculation.

M is displayed in the box when there is a number in memory.

Also for those who dont know;
1/x divides 1 by the number on screen and displays the result.

jediaction 02-03-2010 07:02 AM

I heavily like making video games. I have made so many and am making so many. I even have websites for my games. I loved this calculator. Its amazing how you come up with this and i have a question for everyone. Does anyone have FPS creator X10?

Edit: Gosh, this comment is so pointless!

David B 02-28-2011 05:45 PM

Nice teamwork you guys! Also, the calculator works great!


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