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Windows 7: Bug in Calculator for all OS versions

21 Jan 2012   #11
JimLewandowski

 
 

You can tell the qualify of a calculator with:

any number OTHER than 0 ^ 0 should return 1.

0 ^ 0 should return error/undefined.

Years ago when calculators were quite popular, I would never buy one unless it would only allow hitting = once in a row. IOW, to prevent accidentally having the = key triggered twice, and not notice you had done it and go on your merry way.


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