Except upon data entry, nothing to the right of decimal shows. Thus:

Press 3.14 ---> 3.14 appears on scree>

Press X ----> 3. appears on screen

Press 2 ----> 2 appears on screen

Press = ----> 6 appears on screen

Efficient rounding, but not acceptable to me. How can I get the decimals I need?

Bob Wersan

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Conversion is not always possible. If a decimal result has just been found and displayed, pressing the [a b/c] fraction button may convert the result still in answer memory (ans) to a fraction. But if you alter the value of answer memory and type in the (approximate) decimal value that you copied from the screen, you may not get your correct fraction.

Sep 22, 2014 | Canon F-603 Calculator

I am afraid there is a misunderstanding. The sequence you describe changes the decimal marker from a dot to a comma. It does not insert a thousands separator.

May 13, 2014 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Press 2ndF [FIX] and then the desired number of digits to the right of the decimal point.

Jun 08, 2011 | Canon F-502 Calculator

You need to set your decimal selection to full-floating if you expect any numbers to be more than 4 decimal places.

Each time you press the DEC key it changes the decimal selection. From F to 0, 2, 3, 4 and A in that order. F is "full floating" but appears as a blank on the screen. A is the "add-mode" for currency transactions. The "A" does show on the screen if this is your selection.

As soon as the letter for the number of decimal places you want ("F" is blank just before 0 decimals) appears on the screen you are "ready to go." Problem is, the decimal indicator numbers and letters are so tiny and screen is so difficult to read that under many lighting conditions your selections might be all but invisible. They are in the upper left side of the screen just to the right of the equally difficult to see multiplication and division rounding indicator "5/4." PS If the 5/4 does not appear on your screen then you have set the round-off function to not available.

Each time you press the DEC key it changes the decimal selection. From F to 0, 2, 3, 4 and A in that order. F is "full floating" but appears as a blank on the screen. A is the "add-mode" for currency transactions. The "A" does show on the screen if this is your selection.

As soon as the letter for the number of decimal places you want ("F" is blank just before 0 decimals) appears on the screen you are "ready to go." Problem is, the decimal indicator numbers and letters are so tiny and screen is so difficult to read that under many lighting conditions your selections might be all but invisible. They are in the upper left side of the screen just to the right of the equally difficult to see multiplication and division rounding indicator "5/4." PS If the 5/4 does not appear on your screen then you have set the round-off function to not available.

Feb 26, 2011 | Canon P1-DHV Calculator

TI-5045 SV

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English.............................................................. 1

Fran?ais ............................................................ 6

Espa?ol ............................................................. 11

Portugu?s ........................................................... 16

Examples, exemples, ejemplos, exemplos .............................. 21

ILLUSTRATIONS ¦ FIGURES ¦ ILUSTRACIONES¦ ILUSTRA??ES

Removable tab

Languette

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Ink roller

Rouleau encreur

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1

English

Your Texas Instruments calculator has a built-in printer for producing a permanent record printout of

your calculations with negative numbers printed in red. A big, easy-to-read display also enables you to

check entries or perform quick calculations without printing.

GETTING STARTED

OFF ON PRT IC GT

POWER

1. Connect the calculator to a proper power outlet (110-120V or 220-240V

where available).

2. The calculator is turned on by setting the POWER switch to the PRT

position.

Inserting the paper (see illustrations 1, 2, 3, and 4 on page ii).

1. Turn on the calculator.

2. Open the printer compartment cover by pressing down on its front edge and sliding it back in the

direction of the arrow.

3. Fit the roll of paper on the holder so that it unrolls from the bottom, with the loose end toward the

calculator.

4. Cut the end of the paper squarely and insert it firmly into the printer slot on the back of the

calculator.

5. Press & until the paper is in the printing position.

Replacing the ink roller (see illustrations 5 and 6 on page ii)

1. Turn the calculator off and tear off the excess paper.

2. Remove the printer cover by pressing down on both sides of the front edge and sliding back in the

direction of the arrow.

3. Remove the old ink roller by lifting it with the removal tab.

4. Insert the new ink roller into the compartment and press down gently until it snaps into place. Close

the printer compartment.

Note: The old ink rollers should not be refilled. Replacement rollers can be obtained from your local

retailer. The warranty does not cover ink roller replacement.

2

SELECTION SWITCH SETTINGS

OFF ON PRT IC GT

POWER ROUND

: 5/4 9 + F 0 2 3

DECIMAL

4

TAX

SET CALC

Set the POWER, ROUND, DECIMAL and TAX switches as required.

Note: The TAX switch is spring-loaded to return to CALC when it is moved to SET and released.

The switch settings are summarized in the following table:

SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION

POWER ON

PRT

IC

GT

No printout is provided; however, the display can be printed by pressing

4.

The printer provides a printout of your calculations but does not count them.

The printer is on and an item count of additions and subtractions to or from

the register is printed when sub-totaled or totaled.

The GT position controls whether or not the totals from the independent add

register are accumulated in the grand total register.

ROUND Rounds the result of a calculation to the selected number of decimal places.

:

5/4

9

Truncates the result to the selected number of decimal places.

Rounds the result up or down according to its value. For example, when the

DECIMAL switch is set to 2, the result is rounded up if the third decimal

position is 5 or more and rounded down if it is 4 or less.

Rounds the result up to the selected number of decimal places.

Ex. 220 P 6

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, ROUND: :

DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC

Ex. 220 P 6

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, ROUND: 5/4

DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC

Press Display Printout Press Display Printout

2 0. 0¦ C

220 ' 220. 220¦ P

6 3 36.66 6¦ =

36¦66 ?

2 0. 0¦ C

220 ' 220. 220¦ P

6 3 36.67 6¦ =

36¦67 ?

DECIMAL + Add mode: All results are given with two decimal places. For addition and

subtraction only, a decimal point is automatically placed to the left of the last

two digits entered, unless the number already includes a decimal point.

F Floating mode: Any results are displayed and printed with the maximum

number of decimal places.

0 2 3 4 Fixed decimal mode: Sets the number of decimals to 0, 2, 3, or 4.

3

TAX SET

CALC

Lets you enter a tax rate to perform tax calculations.

Stores the tax rate. Pressing ! or " after a tax rate has been entered,

adds/subtracts the stored tax rate to/from the value in the display.

Ex. VAT = 17.5 %

100 + VAT

Ex. VAT = 17.5 %

235 - VAT

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, DECIMAL: F, ROUND: 5/4, TAX: CALC

Move and hold the TAX switch to SET. Press 217 L 5 and release the TAX switch. It

automatically returns to CALC. 17.5% is printed.

Press Display Printout Press Display Printout

2 0. 0¦ C

100! 117.5 100¦

17¦5 @

117¦5 ?

2 0. 0¦ C

235" 200. 235¦

N35¦ @

200¦ ?

Note: The most common setup is POWER: PRT, ROUND: 5/4, DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC. Use these

positions for the examples unless other settings are given.

KEY DESCRIPTIONS

Basic keys

I Clear Entry: Clears an entry, enabling you to enter another number in its place. Note

that this key does not clear the add register.

2 Clear Key: Clears the add register, any pending operations, and the display. 0.C is

printed. Does not clear the memory.

( Right Shift: Deletes the right-most digit entered from an entry before an operation key is

pressed. Shifts the remaining digits one place to the right.

L Decimal Point: Enters a decimal point.

4 Date/Non-Add: Prints a date (such as 12¦10¦96) or a number for reference purposes.

Does not affect calculations. This entry is printed on the left side of the printout, the date

or number preceded by the # sign.

& Paper Advance: Advances the printing paper.

Addition and subtraction keys

9 Add: Adds a number to the add register. Displays the cumulated result.

: Subtotal: Gives the intermediate total from the add register. Using this key does not

affect the contents of the add register.

. Subtract: Subtracts a number from the add register. Displays the cumulated result.

E Total: Gives the total from the add register, and then clears the register.

4

Multiplication, division, percent and margin keys

? Multiply: Multiplies the number in the display by the next value entered.

' Divide: Divides the number in the display by the next value entered.

3 Equals: Completes any pending multiplication or division operation.

> Percent: Calculates percentages, ratios, add-ons (e.g. of VAT), or discounts.

# Gross Profit Margin: Calculates the selling price of an item when its cost and gross

profit (or loss) margin are known; also used to obtain a price excluding VAT.

Ex.

Cost: 594

Profit margin: 40%

Press:2 594 # 40 3

Answer:

Selling price: 990

Gross profit: 396

Ex.

Selling price including VAT: 252

VAT %: 20%

Press: 252 # 20 . 3

Answer:

Selling price excluding VAT: 210

VAT: 42

/ Grand Total: Gives the grand total of the operations previously performed and stored in the

Grand Total register. Every time a total is obtained with E it is cumulated into this register

(printout shows G+) which is only cleared when / is pressed twice. During long

calculations, if / is not used, this re

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English.............................................................. 1

Fran?ais ............................................................ 6

Espa?ol ............................................................. 11

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Examples, exemples, ejemplos, exemplos .............................. 21

ILLUSTRATIONS ¦ FIGURES ¦ ILUSTRACIONES¦ ILUSTRA??ES

Removable tab

Languette

Leng?eta extracci?n

Alavanca usada para o rolo

Ink roller

Rouleau encreur

Tamp?n de tinta

Cartucho de tinta

1

English

Your Texas Instruments calculator has a built-in printer for producing a permanent record printout of

your calculations with negative numbers printed in red. A big, easy-to-read display also enables you to

check entries or perform quick calculations without printing.

GETTING STARTED

OFF ON PRT IC GT

POWER

1. Connect the calculator to a proper power outlet (110-120V or 220-240V

where available).

2. The calculator is turned on by setting the POWER switch to the PRT

position.

Inserting the paper (see illustrations 1, 2, 3, and 4 on page ii).

1. Turn on the calculator.

2. Open the printer compartment cover by pressing down on its front edge and sliding it back in the

direction of the arrow.

3. Fit the roll of paper on the holder so that it unrolls from the bottom, with the loose end toward the

calculator.

4. Cut the end of the paper squarely and insert it firmly into the printer slot on the back of the

calculator.

5. Press & until the paper is in the printing position.

Replacing the ink roller (see illustrations 5 and 6 on page ii)

1. Turn the calculator off and tear off the excess paper.

2. Remove the printer cover by pressing down on both sides of the front edge and sliding back in the

direction of the arrow.

3. Remove the old ink roller by lifting it with the removal tab.

4. Insert the new ink roller into the compartment and press down gently until it snaps into place. Close

the printer compartment.

Note: The old ink rollers should not be refilled. Replacement rollers can be obtained from your local

retailer. The warranty does not cover ink roller replacement.

2

SELECTION SWITCH SETTINGS

OFF ON PRT IC GT

POWER ROUND

: 5/4 9 + F 0 2 3

DECIMAL

4

TAX

SET CALC

Set the POWER, ROUND, DECIMAL and TAX switches as required.

Note: The TAX switch is spring-loaded to return to CALC when it is moved to SET and released.

The switch settings are summarized in the following table:

SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION

POWER ON

PRT

IC

GT

No printout is provided; however, the display can be printed by pressing

4.

The printer provides a printout of your calculations but does not count them.

The printer is on and an item count of additions and subtractions to or from

the register is printed when sub-totaled or totaled.

The GT position controls whether or not the totals from the independent add

register are accumulated in the grand total register.

ROUND Rounds the result of a calculation to the selected number of decimal places.

:

5/4

9

Truncates the result to the selected number of decimal places.

Rounds the result up or down according to its value. For example, when the

DECIMAL switch is set to 2, the result is rounded up if the third decimal

position is 5 or more and rounded down if it is 4 or less.

Rounds the result up to the selected number of decimal places.

Ex. 220 P 6

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, ROUND: :

DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC

Ex. 220 P 6

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, ROUND: 5/4

DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC

Press Display Printout Press Display Printout

2 0. 0¦ C

220 ' 220. 220¦ P

6 3 36.66 6¦ =

36¦66 ?

2 0. 0¦ C

220 ' 220. 220¦ P

6 3 36.67 6¦ =

36¦67 ?

DECIMAL + Add mode: All results are given with two decimal places. For addition and

subtraction only, a decimal point is automatically placed to the left of the last

two digits entered, unless the number already includes a decimal point.

F Floating mode: Any results are displayed and printed with the maximum

number of decimal places.

0 2 3 4 Fixed decimal mode: Sets the number of decimals to 0, 2, 3, or 4.

3

TAX SET

CALC

Lets you enter a tax rate to perform tax calculations.

Stores the tax rate. Pressing ! or " after a tax rate has been entered,

adds/subtracts the stored tax rate to/from the value in the display.

Ex. VAT = 17.5 %

100 + VAT

Ex. VAT = 17.5 %

235 - VAT

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, DECIMAL: F, ROUND: 5/4, TAX: CALC

Move and hold the TAX switch to SET. Press 217 L 5 and release the TAX switch. It

automatically returns to CALC. 17.5% is printed.

Press Display Printout Press Display Printout

2 0. 0¦ C

100! 117.5 100¦

17¦5 @

117¦5 ?

2 0. 0¦ C

235" 200. 235¦

N35¦ @

200¦ ?

Note: The most common setup is POWER: PRT, ROUND: 5/4, DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC. Use these

positions for the examples unless other settings are given.

KEY DESCRIPTIONS

Basic keys

I Clear Entry: Clears an entry, enabling you to enter another number in its place. Note

that this key does not clear the add register.

2 Clear Key: Clears the add register, any pending operations, and the display. 0.C is

printed. Does not clear the memory.

( Right Shift: Deletes the right-most digit entered from an entry before an operation key is

pressed. Shifts the remaining digits one place to the right.

L Decimal Point: Enters a decimal point.

4 Date/Non-Add: Prints a date (such as 12¦10¦96) or a number for reference purposes.

Does not affect calculations. This entry is printed on the left side of the printout, the date

or number preceded by the # sign.

& Paper Advance: Advances the printing paper.

Addition and subtraction keys

9 Add: Adds a number to the add register. Displays the cumulated result.

: Subtotal: Gives the intermediate total from the add register. Using this key does not

affect the contents of the add register.

. Subtract: Subtracts a number from the add register. Displays the cumulated result.

E Total: Gives the total from the add register, and then clears the register.

4

Multiplication, division, percent and margin keys

? Multiply: Multiplies the number in the display by the next value entered.

' Divide: Divides the number in the display by the next value entered.

3 Equals: Completes any pending multiplication or division operation.

> Percent: Calculates percentages, ratios, add-ons (e.g. of VAT), or discounts.

# Gross Profit Margin: Calculates the selling price of an item when its cost and gross

profit (or loss) margin are known; also used to obtain a price excluding VAT.

Ex.

Cost: 594

Profit margin: 40%

Press:2 594 # 40 3

Answer:

Selling price: 990

Gross profit: 396

Ex.

Selling price including VAT: 252

VAT %: 20%

Press: 252 # 20 . 3

Answer:

Selling price excluding VAT: 210

VAT: 42

/ Grand Total: Gives the grand total of the operations previously performed and stored in the

Grand Total register. Every time a total is obtained with E it is cumulated into this register

(printout shows G+) which is only cleared when / is pressed twice. During long

calculations, if / is not used, this re

Jan 16, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You have the calculator set to round everything in the display to zero digits after the decimal point. To change this, press SHIFT [DISP] and then a digit representing the number of digits you want to the right of the decimal point.

Nov 09, 2010 | HP 10bII Calculator

Press SETUP 0 0 4. See page 8 of the manual at http://files.sharpusa.com/Downloads/ForHome/HomeOffice/Calculators/Manuals/cal_man_EL738.pdf

Jun 03, 2009 | Sharp EL-738 Scientific Calculator

Follow these steps to check for problems on the machine you cannot access.

1) Open the registry editor on the machine you cannot connect to by clicking on Start, Run

2) Type REGEDIT and press Enter

3) Click on the plus signs (+) next to the following entries

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

SYSTEM

CurrentControlSet

Services

Lanmanserver

Parameters

4) In the right-hand portion of the Registry Editor look for a key called IRPStackSize

5) If the key exists, double-click on it and increase the decimal value to 15 and click OK. Close the Registry Editor, reboot the computer and try to connect to the network share. If you are still unable to connect follow the above steps again and increase the decimal number for IRPStackSize by 5 and try again. Continue to do this until the stack size is large enough to permit access. Personally, I had to increase the number to 25 before I could connect. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

6) If the IRPStackSize key DOES NOT exist in the right-hand column of the registry editor, then click on right-click in the blank area in the right-hand column and choose New

7) Then Click on D-Word under the Key column

8) In the Name of the new key, type the name IRPStackSize and press Enter. Type the name with the correct capitalization as shown above.

9) Now double-click on the IRPStackSize key and type 15 in the value data box and place a dot next to Decimal then click Ok.

10) Close the registry editor and reboot the computer. Try to access the network share again. If the same error appears follow the steps above to increase the value and reboot again. Continue this procedure until the problem is resolved. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

1) Open the registry editor on the machine you cannot connect to by clicking on Start, Run

2) Type REGEDIT and press Enter

3) Click on the plus signs (+) next to the following entries

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

SYSTEM

CurrentControlSet

Services

Lanmanserver

Parameters

4) In the right-hand portion of the Registry Editor look for a key called IRPStackSize

5) If the key exists, double-click on it and increase the decimal value to 15 and click OK. Close the Registry Editor, reboot the computer and try to connect to the network share. If you are still unable to connect follow the above steps again and increase the decimal number for IRPStackSize by 5 and try again. Continue to do this until the stack size is large enough to permit access. Personally, I had to increase the number to 25 before I could connect. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

6) If the IRPStackSize key DOES NOT exist in the right-hand column of the registry editor, then click on right-click in the blank area in the right-hand column and choose New

7) Then Click on D-Word under the Key column

8) In the Name of the new key, type the name IRPStackSize and press Enter. Type the name with the correct capitalization as shown above.

9) Now double-click on the IRPStackSize key and type 15 in the value data box and place a dot next to Decimal then click Ok.

10) Close the registry editor and reboot the computer. Try to access the network share again. If the same error appears follow the steps above to increase the value and reboot again. Continue this procedure until the problem is resolved. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

Oct 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

As I added on to the previous solution on the other problem.

"Okay, I did what the best solution did and worked with it.

"1. press 2nd F (left top corner)

2. ENG/FIX (the button next to 2nd F)

3. press 0 (if you don't want calculator to round off any decimals)"

In order to get your exact value of pi, in step #3, instead of 0, press the decimal [ . ]

This should give you no decimals when entering a number and give you 3.141592654... when you input pi.

Hope that works/helps."

"Okay, I did what the best solution did and worked with it.

"1. press 2nd F (left top corner)

2. ENG/FIX (the button next to 2nd F)

3. press 0 (if you don't want calculator to round off any decimals)"

In order to get your exact value of pi, in step #3, instead of 0, press the decimal [ . ]

This should give you no decimals when entering a number and give you 3.141592654... when you input pi.

Hope that works/helps."

Nov 05, 2007 | Canon F-502 Calculator

That's the Binary code. You have to change it back to the Decimal code.
Try to change it back with the shift and Mode buttons

Oct 08, 2007 | Canon F-603 Calculator

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