the author of this app says:
This is the ultimate calculator!
- An advanced keyboard layout
- More than 110 scientific, financial, statistical and programmer functions
- A large 12-digit display with a thousands separator
- Labels for calculated results
- 20 user registers
- Natural and RPN input methods
- An extensive 35-page user guide
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