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I'd like to create a calculator that mimics the TI-85 using a dialog box. I'm wondering if there is a calculator control like there is one for calander controls? If not, where would I start? Would I have to make each of the numeric/operator/function buttons by hand or is there something already made for such a thing? I'm looking for a solid start on this. Can you point me in the right direction?
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1. No calculator control with Windows or in common controls.

2. You have to do coding by hand.  Each button is a Windows button.

3. There is a simple calculator project (as a custom control) - MFC extension - page 111

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1861000499/answers2000limit

I guess you could start from this
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jwojtkie earned 170 total points
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I know there is an emulator for the HP 48 GX calculator and it comes with source code.
Check it out on the web.
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