Effect of little 'A' and 'B' on fx-82AU PLUS II
PoIB Project thread
Edit: updated from fx-82ES PLUS II to fx-82AU PLUS II
I am running a calculator hacking project to document and learn more about a specific calculator phenomenon that builds on the work done by the Chinese-language fx-es(ms) Baidu Tieba (https://tieba.baidu....es(ms)&ie=utf-8) and this forum's own calculator hacking thread (https://community.ca...s-plus-hacking/).
Basically, for any fx-82ES PLUS AU 1st edition you can generally convert 9-pixel height characters directly to their 6-pixel version.
After accessing abnormal stat mode (instructions found either in the below document or at this Tieba post: https://tieba.baidu....tag=i3044162056), using a hackstring in the form:
(A/B) is the A/B coefficients, which can be located anywhere in the hackstring before the brackets
ANYTEXT is any arbitrary string, can be as short or as long as you want. It can take the form of numbers, variable letters (e.g A, B, C, D, E, F, X, Y, M) or functions (e.g sin(, cos(, tan(, log()
))))) are brackets (0920) ranging from a quantity of 5+
The result should be that your arbitrary string (and trailing brackets) are converted from their standard, 5*9 size, to the corresponding 5*6 size.
I will continue to update this thread with major updates, but all of the research is being collated on a Google Docs
Google Docs (English + Chinese): https://tinyurl.com/fxesplus-convert
I will also post this on the Chinese forums in case anyone there is interested. If you are in mainland China you can also use this link since Google Docs is blocked: https://docs.qq.com/...1dnVnhoT1pTaERH
I don't know if anyone is interested in this project at all but I will try and keep this thread relatively updated. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions
Edited by aidswidjaja, 08 August 2020 - 08:46 AM.