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Dedicated to my best friend in college: my CASIO fx-7700G Power Graphic Scientific Calculator !...  Basic Latin character set completed by Goatmeal, along with the addition of three function memory slot subscript numbers (7, 8 & 9) that are not present on the calculator (only six function memory slots are available).

Info: Created on 8th July 2009 . Last edited on 9th February 2012.
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Hahaha, this is a great classic with a funny name! 9/10!
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 9th February 2012
@ADL - Thanks for the kind words! While changing the batteries, I found a few new characters I hadn't noticed before - hence, the updates. As I don't use all of the calculator's functions, I know there are still a few missing characters lurking about in the circuits somewhere...
Comment by Goatmeal 9th February 2012
I thought of trying a similar exercise with the calculator of my young days ... but the abacus doesn't use a font!

Nice one GM. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 10th February 2012
@p2pnut -- Ha ha! True, but you could certainly use FontStruct to make a dingbat font of Abacuses / Abaci. Each glyph could have the beads in various positions representing different numerical values.

And as usual, many thanks for the support and kind words! :^)
Comment by Goatmeal 10th February 2012

Cool. But are you sure that the “≠” is the right way around?

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN Thu, 2nd January

@TH3_C0N-MAN - Oddly enough, it is.  This inequality is used in the programming portion for value/variable comparisons, and for some reason, they made it as =\= instead of the traditional =/=.  It's also the same on the menu button (see attached picture):

Comment by Goatmeal Fri, 3rd January

Hmm. It’s not like that on mine.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN Fri, 3rd January

@TH3_C0N-MAN - My fx-7700G model is 30 years old.  I'm sure Casio corrected this 'error' long before you got your fx-9750GII.  ;^)

Comment by Goatmeal Fri, 3rd January

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