gnome-calculator negative addition handled incorrectly in programming mode
The gnome-calculator has been written, in my opinion, by a mathematician and not a programmer. The way that negative addition is handled is mathematically correct, but is of no use to a programmer who wants negative addition to work the same way that a computer works. In that the most significant digit (high order digit) is lost from the end of the register and only the least significant digits (low order digits) are kept. I would like to suggest that the authors need to make the gnome-calculator work in the same way as my "TI programmer" calculator which I used in the 1970's, and still have, when I was an expert working with IBM/370 core dumps. I am happy to discuss this issue with the authors and even assist in addressing this issue. Can this calculator be made to work for programmers?