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Old 21st February 2012, 05:04 AM
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gcalctool 6.2.0 Bug varification request.

I would like to have someone running gcaltool (calcu;lator) in programming mode verify that there is a bug in showing binary above 40 to 48 bits.

I see that it switches to scientific notation and shuts off the binary display of 64 boits long before the value reaches 65 bits.

I have gcaltool 6.2.0

I appreciate the varification.


To do this simply go to binary mode and enter 1 and then hit the zero key till it shuts off the binary display.
I don't have an exact count except that it shuts off binary display here long before reaching the 65th bit.


Ernst

---------- Post added at 08:53 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:37 PM ----------

Oh I'm on F16 under Gnome3

---------- Post added at 09:04 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:53 PM ----------

looks like the new calc requires a glib > 2.31 .. Ah ha... anyone running gcalctool 6.3.5 ?
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