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[sdk Newbie] Calling Fx-9860g Calculator Functions


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#1 TovAre

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 01:03 AM

Hi,

I checked out the sdk, but after a quck browse through the library API, i can't see how i can call calculator functions such as median() or PoissonCD() and add calls to the catalog.

... or am I seeing what Add-In's can do?

Thanks :-)

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Posted 22 August 2010 - 08:34 PM

Hi,

I checked out the sdk, but after a quck browse through the library API, i can't see how i can call calculator functions such as median() or PoissonCD() and add calls to the catalog.

... or am I seeing what Add-In's can do?

Thanks :-)


I'm also trying to find a way to call these built-in functions. the SDK is rather "scarse" about it. How can Casio expect that we built quality add-ins like we see for HP48/49/50 calculators as we don't have documentation how to access the calculator functions!!! (hey, it is still a calculator.... or does Casio expects us to rewrite every single arithmetic function???).

Anyway,... so far, I was able to recreate a forms engine that works similar to HP48/49/50 calculators and the menu system also works. It is pretty fast on my FX9860G and significant faster than my venerable HP48GX.

I know miss a way to call the Calculator's functions!!!




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