How would I display an integer without a radix mark as part of the output of a program?
Output I get: Pt # 8.
x = 200.0000
y = 300.0000
Output I want: Pt # 8 /* No radix mark */
x = 200.0000
y = 300.0000
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That depends on whether the comma is a digit separator or the radix mark. If it's a separator as in the US, the rounded number is 229,930. If it's a radix mark as in most of Europe, the rounded number is 230.
What's wrong with it? If you want to change the number of digits shown after the radix mark, press f followed by the number. If you want to change the radix mark between the European and US formats, turn the calculator off, press and hold the decimal point key, press and release the ON key, then release the decimal point key. If you want to see a number other than zero, type it in.
Scientific mode is a display mode. It concerns the display of results. If the number are too small or too large they will be displayed in Scientific mode, because the screen does not have an unlimited number of digit positions.
Regarding the dots. A number followed by a radix mark (decimal mark) is considered to be a floating number, while the same number without a decimal mark is considered an integer (whole number). The CAS is able to do symbolic and exact calculations, so that distinction between floting and integer numbers is important. Sometimes, to force a result to be displayed in its decimal representation all it takes is to append a decimal mark at the end of an integer. Hope it answers your queation.
You have the radix mark set to comma. To change it to the period, press MODE, then A (FLAGS), then scroll down to "51 Fraction mark." There should be check mark to the left. Press C (CHK) to uncheck it, then press ENTER twice.
It depends on the purpose of your trying to get rid of the comma. If the decimal mark (radix mark) is the comma, you can change it to the dot. If you just do not want to have the 3-digit separator, maybe you should get used to it, or buy another calculator.
To switch the radix (decimal) mark Turn the calculator off, then press and hold down the [.] (dot) key while you press [ON]. Doing so again sets the calculator to use the original digit separators in the display.
The calculator has two digit-separation marks: The dot [.] and the comma [,]. By default the decimal (radix) mark is the dot, and the comma serves as a 3-digit separator. In European countries (especially France) the radix mark is the comma and the 3-digit separator is the dot.