
I've found a few reproducible bugs in number entry that I'd like to report.
Bug 1: I can't enter real numbers with "0" digits to the right of the decimal point. (numbers like: 0.02, 0.501, etc).
Examples: If you enter "0", ".", "0", "2" you see the display show 0, then 0 (no feedback after the ".") then 0, then 2. So after typing 0.02, you end up just seeing 2 (and a sample calculation shows that the calculator interprets it as 2, not 0.02.)
If you enter "1", ".", "0", "2", you see the display show "1", then "1", then "1", then "12". A sample calculation shows the calculator interprets it as 12.
Bug 2: The EE key doesn't seem to handle negative exponents. To enter 2000, I can type "2", "EE", "3", and the display correctly shows "2000". But:
Enter "2", "EE", "+/", "3" and you successively see "2", "2E0", "2", "23".
Enter "2", "EE", "3", "+/" and you successively see "2", "2E0", "2000", "2000"
Bug 3: I can't enter exponents with more than 1 digit. Try entering 2e10:
Enter "2", "EE", "1", "0" and you successively see "2", "2E0", "20", "200".
It occurs to me that maybe bug 2 and 3 are instances of the same root cause  exponent entry terminating after 1 digit?


