ODEcalc History

Version history for ODEcalc shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Jan 16, 2006) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 5.12.4
Size: 2421 KB
OS: Windows
Description:   ODEcalc (tm): An Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE) Calculator! Nonlinear ODEs. State your equation, boundary / initial value conditions & it solves your problem. Plots solution y & derivative ydot versus x. Calculus Programming demo application.

v 5.12.4 updated on May 30, 2011

A few corrections and improvements.

v 5.12.3 updated on Nov 09, 2010

A few corrections and improvements.

v 5.12 updated on Jan 07, 2010

Updated some URL links.

v 5.05 updated on Aug 01, 2006

All PC screen Resolutions are now valid with ODEcalc. Fixed errors building xyGrid data.

v 5.04 updated on Jun 07, 2006

Changed registration process to mail and fixed a few bugs.

v 5.03 updated on Feb 14, 2006

Improving e-mail routine and renaming example files.

v 5.02 updated on Jan 16, 2006

Added e-Mail registration capability

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