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15C # notation  Joyce  01052003 I have lost my manual and have forgotten how to turn off complex # notation. If someone could tell me the keystroke to switch it off that would be great.
Re: 15C # notation  Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil)  01052003 Hi;
you should clear flag 8, meaning you should use the sequence: [g] [CF] 8 [CF] function is in key [5]
Cheers.
Re: 15C # notation  Joyce  01052003 Thanks for the response. I really meant to say scientific # notation on my last post. Fiddling around with it I figured it out by using.... [f] FIX (hitting FIX twice)
Ex... 2 is displayed as 2.0000000
Re: 15C # notation  Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil)  01052003 Hi; as you have noticed, [FIX] is over the [7] key. After pressing [f] [FIX] you have to specify how many digits you want for fixed decimal places, and you can choose from [0] to [9]. Then, when you press [f] [FIX] [FIX]you stabilished 7 decimal places, i.e., [f] [FIX] [7]Try [f] [FIX] [4]and you get the default four decimal places. Or try the one you want.
Cheers.
Re: 15C # notation  Joyce  01052003 Thanks for the help.
