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By THGDev, Member on 1st May 2019, 08:17 AM
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3rd May 2019, 02:29 PM |#11  
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Tested!
It has cool things but the Scientific calculator is not in the app

Thanks! I just wonder, what exactly do you want from scientific calculator, so I can implement it in the next updates?
Right now, I checked some scientific calculators online and CalcPP Standard Mode already has their functions.
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3rd May 2019, 03:18 PM |#12  
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mind providing the reason for the "Full network access" permission and "In-app purchases"?
thx..

Thank you. If you scroll down to PERMISSION REQUIRED section, you can see I already noted it on Play Store official page and I explained every permission this app requires. They are:
PERMISSION REQUIRED
• Internet access: In-app purchase and money exchange rates update
• Billing: In-app purchase
And about In-app purchases, I also wrote it here:
★ Customizes color schemes and background images from our collection! (Only available after purchased)
3rd May 2019, 06:00 PM |#13  
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Nice calculator
Very impressive works.
4th May 2019, 10:52 AM |#14  
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yeah now its appear first in the list.. please wait now i will download it and after using it will give you the review.

Thanks, it means a lot to me!
4th May 2019, 01:50 PM |#15  
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Your health calculator seems to be not working with metric mode.
4th May 2019, 01:59 PM |#16  
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Your health calculator seems to be not working with metric mode.

Hi, thank you for trying my app. I just checked health calculator and everything worked fine. You need to input your height in meter (maybe instead of typing 1.8 (m), you typed 180 (cm)) (I will change it to cm in the next update) and weight and press Calculate.
4th May 2019, 02:09 PM |#17  
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Hi, thank you for trying my app. I just checked health calculator and everything worked fine. You need to input your height in meter (maybe instead of typing 1.8 (m), you typed 180 (cm)) (I will change it to cm in the next update) and weight and press Calculate.

OK thanks for the clarifications. Another observation is the result definition of BMI. I played around the weight data by increasing it incrementally and noticed that the sequence seems to be confusing?

underweight> healthy>extremely obese>overweight>moderate obese
4th May 2019, 02:21 PM |#18  
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OK thanks for the clarifications. Another observation is the result definition of BMI. I played around the weight data by increasing it incrementally and noticed that the sequence seems to be confusing?

underweight> healthy>extremely obese>overweight>moderate obese

Sorry, but could you please provide your sequence, because I just checked again, increased one by one and it was just fine.
4th May 2019, 02:47 PM |#19  
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Sorry, but could you please provide your sequence, because I just checked again, increased one by one and it was just fine.

Example
Height - 1.7m
Age - 30
Male
Weight - 71 will give you healthy, 72 will be extremely obese, 73 will be overweight, 90 will be moderate obese, 120 will be extremely obese.

Botj 72kg and 120kg are classified as extremely obese. Also the sequence seems to be off as well. It should be under weight, healthy, overweight, moderate obese and lastly extremely obese?
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4th May 2019, 02:58 PM |#20  
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Example
Height - 1.7m
Age - 30
Male
Weight - 71 will give you healthy, 72 will be extremely obese, 73 will be overweight, 90 will be moderate obese, 120 will be extremely obese.

Botj 72kg and 120kg are classified as extremely obese. Also the sequence seems to be off as well. It should be under weight, healthy, overweight, moderate obese and lastly extremely obese?

OMG, thank you so much! It was number precision error. 72 is really weird. The sequence was as identical as your suggestion, but there were some cases the results were defective.
4th May 2019, 07:42 PM |#21  
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Output figure should be somewhat smaller one loses focus on what he is calculating.

Long calculation is not fully disclosed and just scrolls to the left even in the history it is not shown so to make changes. Pls look

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Instead of pop up of history can there be sliding function. Down to history and up keyboard
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