Calculator with memory buttons? M+ and M-Support


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  1. sillyrabbitt123

    sillyrabbitt123 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anyone know a simple calculator app that has M+ and M- buttons? I cannot find one driving me crazy! I found one that has a "M" button but you need to press "+" or "-" to get that functionality. i am looking for an app with dedicated buttons.

    thanks
     

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  2. monkeyinc

    monkeyinc Banned

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    The M+ and M- are already there. The reason you cant see them is because a positive and negative cancel each other out. Because either the M+ or M- is not there it means that BOTH actually are.
     
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    sillyrabbitt123 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    heh?

    if you are making a joke.....wondrful! if you are not... I dont know what to say.
     
  4. Steven58

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    Good question. I'd like to see the answer as well.
     
  5. 10splaya22

    10splaya22 Well-Known Member

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    I have no idea what those buttons even do lol.
     
  6. sillyrabbitt123

    sillyrabbitt123 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    they are memory buttons. so they will hold a number so you can use it again later.

    you do one calculation hit M+ it saves the number to memory then do another one and hit M- it will save the new # to memory.

    i wish i knew how to program i would make it myself but i dont :(
     
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    try calculator by hg.li
     
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    AllezDada Well-Known Member

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    Actually, the M- button subtracts the number on the screen from the number in memory. I've tested this on a (real) calculator just to make sure. Are you sure that's what you want?
     
  9. sillyrabbitt123

    sillyrabbitt123 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    i cannot seem to find this. looked through market and appbrain. does it have a specific name?

    thanks!




    yes i want the M- function and the M+ function each with its own button.

    thanks!
     
  10. CatsTide

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    that is the name calculator...when i search for calculator it is the second app that shows up
     
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    I was wondering the same thing, and spent 30 minutes trying to find a simple App that has M+, M-, MR, and MC.

    The stock HTC calculator DOES have it. You have to LONG PRESS the +, -, X, or
     
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    It does work. I use its M+ and M- functions all the time. Long press the + or - buttons and it will give you a message saying "M+" or "M-".
     
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    I guess if it works for you. It does not work for me (Samsung Moment). Held + for 5 minutes. Besides, if it did work for me, how do you get MR so you know what was added together, hummmm.
     
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    MR you just hold down the X button. Of course it doesn't work for you since we have Sense UI which uses a different calculator. This is the Incredible forum...
     
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    Hi - Don't know if you've found a calculator that suits your needs but if not - contact me, (fred.gravel@lethbridge.ca) I have designed one with all the appropriate memory keys and lots of extras. It's more or less in testing so may not be totally bug free, but I'm willing to work them out and ... the price is right (free)
     

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