I thought that some of you might be interested in trying out a calculator program that and friend and I have been working on over the past several years.
It is a multi-line calculator with all kinds of features (user definable functions, 450+ unit conversions, matrices, just to name a few). If it sounds interesting to you, you can learn more about it at: http://www.wisecalc.com/
It is free to download and use, so please enjoy. Hopefully you will find it useful. If you can think of anyone else that may like to use it, please let them know about it.
Thanks wisecalc. Is it free of adware/ spyware / viruses?
bwahaha! good question, Mathsisfun!
-= Thanks? he subtracted thanks rather than giving it! This guy can't be trusted!
A logarithm is just a misspelled algorithm.
WiseCalc uses NET Framework 3.5 well on my XP.
I learned 11/π to 16 sig figs with it. Has a lot
of science related constants built in. As you type
in an expression, it shows the answer to the right.
I changed the SFigs from 5 to 16.
That's all I know so far. I got NET FrWork from MicSoft.
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Good info John.
An alternative for those who prefer to do things online is www.calcatraz.com
It's in the early stages of development, but if you're interested feel free to take a look.
Hi wisecalc,I posted on, http://www.wisecalc.com/ And nobody Posted on my Post, Saying welcome to the forum!!