Well, I'm well aware of DSOrganize's calculator, but it doesn't work the way I want to. Because, I have a scientific calculator ( A $14 one! Best darn calculator I've ever had) and I love how you can use the parenthesese. As opposed to basic calculators that only can handle one function at time. What I'm trying to say is, I would like to be able to input an equation that goes like this: 27 - (27 * .3)/3 On a scientific calculator, you get the answer in one swift motion. But, on a regular calculator, you're going to be going through numerous steps. I saw parentheses in DSOrganize, and attempted to use it, but I got a basic calculator function. Is there any homebrew out there that can do what I need?

There was a port of the ti85 emu. Unfortunately it is outdated and does not support dldi, only a few slot two carts. The name escapes me but i know some dev is porting the ti83 emulator to ds at the moment. I don't know how the progress is though, there hasn't been any updates recently.

Thanks guys, but this is a bit out of my reach as far as understandability Also, I apologize for putting this in the wrong section x.x Most of the calculator stuff I've looked for is a bit outdated, and works with GBA carts. I only have a CycloDS evolution D:

I apologize, but I've got no idea what a bedmas/bedmos is That's why I tried to explain what I wanted out of a calculator application.

AH! he meant BODMAS brackets devision multiplication addition subtraction what does the O stand for? lol

Brackets Order Division Multiply Add Subtract I was taught PEMDAS - Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction.

Did the $14 calc you had happen to have an orange/yellow web of no slip stuff on the back? I had one for $14, same thing. 2 line, did just about everything besides graphs and the TI85 is good if you have a Supercard or M3 perfect

i got taught bodmas but my teacher now calls it BIDMAS Brackets Indexes Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction

Can you explain how to use it like I want? I've looked at the readme, and it only mentions that is has a calculator.