Did you know that…

  • draining the iOS-batterie below 20% simulates a decreasing contrast of the LC-display. Charging the device sets back the full contrast.
  • the display of the iOS-device does not turn off as long as a calculator program is running. So, be careful with infinite loops!
  • the memory is limited to 999 steps for programming though, but programs which  are together larger than 999 steps, can be loaded at the same time into the memory. In that way you can for example load a program into P0 with 600 steps and then a program into P1 with 700 steps. The program counter on the right shows the overflow with — instead of 000.
    You can use programs in overloaded memory without problems.