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a Copy-Paste Calculator Thing

Submitted on: 1/27/2015 8:28:00 AM
By: Leo Barsukov (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 4 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     I have finally made a totally perfect Copy-Paste calculator. it's a cool thing that understands ALL the algebra and math problems, simply a SCIENTIFIC calculator. only one thing, i do not know how to make this calc have SquareRoot.

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3/29/2017 7:27:58 AMJJ Banks

Text2.Text = Sqr(q)
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3/29/2017 7:38:08 AMJJ Banks

a quicker way (detailed):

Text2.Text = Sqr(val(text1.text))

'assume text1=64 (8) or =32(5,65685424949238). You must set how many digits after decimal (see: Format...), standard are 3 digits in banking formulas, but in (personal) money terms only 2 digits)

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3/29/2017 7:44:29 AMJJ Banks

also look at this page for more help:
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3/29/2017 7:49:31 AMJJ Banks

Another method is this:

Text2.Text = val(text1.text) ^ (1 / 2)

Why it works, I do not know and understand, but it WORKS!
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