
10/12/2010, 08:44 PM
#31
Originally Posted by pokada
I just discovered that I can use the slide out keyboard to enter numbers. Now I can enter 10 digits in about 3.5 seconds! That's great. In this mode of entry, I know how to enter +,  ,/ ,* , backspace, enter. Are there any other keyboard mappings that I should know about? In particular do you have a mapping for the CHS and EEX keys?
I guess that I should have repeated the mappings from the 12C thread here. I have now updated the OP.
/* Keyboard mapping
Numbers, decimal point/comma and arithmetic (+,,*,/)
Enter/Return or Equal sign = ENTER
C = CLx (Clear x)
H = CHS (change signal)
E = EEX
Modifiers: (F, G, S, R) map to (f, g, STO, RCL) modifiers
Financial: (N, I, P, M, V) map to (n, i, PV, PMT and FV) operations.
Percentage: (#, $, %) map to (T%, delta% and %)
! = power (y**x)
\ = inverse (1/x)
X = swap x with y (x<>y)
D = Rotate down stack (Rdown)
W = Add statistical tuple (sigmaplus key)
O = Toogles between decimal point and comma, and also saves memory as a cookie.
Backspace = correct typing
*/


