I just noticed a new inconsistency that appears in the 3436 version

of the real calculator as well as the emulator.

If you put the calculator into any of the "Integer" (base 2, base 8, base10, or base 16) modes doesn't matter, then you enter the following key sequence:

[0] [+/-] [blue] [ln] or

[0] [blue] [ln] or

[0] [+/-] [Enter] [2] [blue] [logx] or

[0] [Enter] [2] [blue] [logx]

You don't get the "Domain Error" you get a value of zero with the overflow indicator set.

but if you enter

[0] [+/-] [blue] [lg] or

[0] [blue] [lg] or

[0] [+/-] [blue] [lb] or

[0] [blue] [lb]

You do get the "Domain Error"

I would think that ln(-0), or logx(0,2) should also return the "Domain Error" if lg(-0) and lb(-0) do. What do you think?

*Edited: 23 July 2013, 6:44 a.m. after one or more responses were posted*