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#1 TomL_12953

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Posted 17 April 2021 - 02:51 AM

I know the Casio fx-CG500 uses the SH-4 CPU and the SH-4 CPU manual says it has a floating point unit (FPU).

I also know that, for some calculators, Casio had custom versions of the CPU made for them which left out the FPU.

Is this the case with the fx-CG500? Does it have an FPU or not?



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Posted 04 June 2021 - 12:30 PM

I know the Casio fx-CG500 uses the SH-4 CPU and the SH-4 CPU manual says it has a floating point unit (FPU).

I also know that, for some calculators, Casio had custom versions of the CPU made for them which left out the FPU.

Is this the case with the fx-CG500? Does it have an FPU or not?

It uses the SH-7305 (no FPU).






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