The Calculator is small and handy. It supports compound expressions, bit operations, unlimited number of user variables and constants, and works with various types of notation.
Version: 1.2.2The Calculator is small and handy. It supports compound expressions, bit operations, unlimitednumber of user variables and constants, and works with various types of notation.
Operating System: Windows
- User Variables. In computations, you can save your intermediateresults in variables for further use.
- Value Suffixes. Very small or very large values (such asmicrometers, megahertz, picofarads, etc.) are often used inengineering computations. For input simplification, we invented asystem of value suffixes. A suffix is a letter, which is added to thenumber value and indicates that the calculator must multiply thisvalue by the specific coefficient. So, if you need to enter a 4 000 000, just type 4M. That's all! Need to calculate the cosine of 20 degrees? (By default, The Calculator works with radians) Type cos(20g) and get the result.
- User Constants. Some frequently used values, such as physical andmathematical constants, may be written in a special file, and thenused in your computations by name, just like variables. The differenceis, in fact, that you can't change a constant.
- Simplified notation of expressions with parentheses. Whenmultiplying by an expression within parentheses, you may omit the "*"symbol.
- Last input string memorizing
- Hot key call. When The Calculator is running, press the Num Lock keyto hide or show the main program window.