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Hi everyone!

While trying to find a way to have the calculator display in scientific notation I stumbled upon something else which could be useful.

The calculator has a built in database for a large number of constant values used in for example physics.

Think of things like the atomic mass constant or electron mass.

You can acces it by choosing [snd] [const] where you'll find a list.

Reinout
reinout-g  Mar 2, 2014
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I don't understand where you mean Reinout.
Melody  Mar 2, 2014
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Melody:

I don't understand where you mean Reinout.



Well, then I think this is an excellent moment to test the snipping tool you told me about.

Have a look at these attachments;

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reinout-g  Mar 2, 2014
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Thanks Reinout-g
That is great. I imagine it could be very useful.
I'm sorry I didn't understand. It didn't occur to me that snd meant 2nd. I suppose it should have.

Anyway Your display is great.
We probably should get a proper 'Using the calc' thread together so that all the bits and peices we are discovering can be displayed together.
Melody  Mar 3, 2014

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