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    Question Python in a calculator??

    Hey guys, This is my first post here so Hi... Anyways, I was just talking with my friend and he said that he saw someone with Python on their calculator but I didn't believe him. Is it true that you can do it? If it is true then could someone post a link on how to do it because I would love to have my calculator have python. please help me

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    Re: Python in a calculator??

    Quote Originally Posted by halimi View Post
    Hey guys, This is my first post here so Hi... Anyways, I was just talking with my friend and he said that he saw someone with Python on their calculator but I didn't believe him. Is it true that you can do it? If it is true then could someone post a link on how to do it because I would love to have my calculator have python. please help me
    Hello Halimi and welcome to the Forum !!

    This is a developer's DiBo! Python for S60 phones has been evolved in the recent years...I havent heard of python for calculators ever! And I dont think that it exits till date..

    Best Regards
    croozeus
    Pankaj Nathani
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    Re: Python in a calculator??

    ^^ thanks for the welcome (face_hug)... but how do you get python onto a phone?? could you be specific... i.e. what model, company and maybe a walkthrough?

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    Re: Python in a calculator??

    Quote Originally Posted by halimi View Post
    ^^ thanks for the welcome (face_hug)... but how do you get python onto a phone?? could you be specific... i.e. what model, company and maybe a walkthrough?
    You can find the installation procedure and specificatins for 2nd as well as 3rd edition phones on http://croozeus.googlepages.com/installation
    Also http://cyke64.googlepages.com/pys60distribution may help you to be more specific about the phone models..

    Hope that helps

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    Re: Python in a calculator??

    ^^ wow thanks but it sucks that I don't have that kind of phone... but can anyone answer my question of how to get python on a calculator?? this week i saw a calculator with it and when i asked the person how he got it he said he couldnt say... please help

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    Re: Python in a calculator??

    Welcome to this forum Hailimi

    Welcome to this PyS60 DiBo
    I'm sorry to tell you this but Python has not been implemented on any pocket
    calculator !
    You can see all the implementation of Python on mobile device HERE
    Python has been implemented on IPhone , Windows Mobile , IPOD etc.
    And the smallest Python version is pymite on microcontrollers

    Cyke64
    pys60 1.4.5 and 2.0.0, pygame, PyS60 CE on E90 and 5800 !

    Find my pys60 extension modules on cyke64.googlepages.com

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    Re: Python in a calculator??

    hey guys i just wanna bump this so if anyone could help me or point me in the right direction

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    Re: Python in a calculator??

    I don't think it is likely that anyone knows about Python on a calculator here, but if there are programmable calculator with sufficient processing power and memory/storage, then there are not technical reasons why it wouldn't be possible. Have you tried searching with Google or some other Internet search engine?

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