This calculator takes the value entered (with or without using engineering notation) and displays that value in a range of engineering notations.
Normally, when using engineering notation, the proper multiplier (K, m, µ etc.) is used so that the value is displayed compactly. This calculator does not do that. It displays the result with as many leading 0’s to the right of the decimal place or padding 0’s to the left as needed so that the value entered is displayed with the indicated multipliers.
This can be useful for those that are new to engineering notation and for those instances when you want to work out what one component value is in terms of another multiplier (e.g. How many µF is 123 pF?)