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#1 fiberoptik


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Posted 01 November 2004 - 11:18 PM

Hello people, one more suggestion to join other very good suggestions i saw here.
I think CP shoulp support measuring units, for example: if we write 5V*2A , the return should be 10W ( 5 Volts * 2 Amperes = 10 Watts) Texas does this !
Come on peolple at Casio, listen to all our suggestions and make the CP a lot better than TI or HP, make it the best ,make it THE CALCULATOR.

BTW CrimsonCasio and Sofcalc, please continue to send our ideas to Casio.


#2 Daniel (CZE)

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Posted 02 November 2004 - 01:33 PM

I've created UniP package. It contains almost all units from TI and you can make calculations with them in the same way as on TI (there are some limitations).

Check this post

#3 DrCoyote


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Posted 05 November 2004 - 06:20 PM


Check out the suggestions topic. You'll find a lot of these topics already covered. And, if you're a programmer, you might find inspiration that might solve others' problems.

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