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Calculator++ is a cross-platform, arbitrary-precision, customizable, multifunction, scientific calculator. Using Calculator++, you can perform any of the customary handheld or online calculator operations, and many more. While it serves as an excellent replacement for your operating system's built-in calculator, it also offers many powerful features that are not available together in any other handheld or computer-based calculator. Calculator++ supports over 25,000 units for conversion in an ever growing list of categories and units. Scientists, engineers, programmers, and students will find it a simple to use, yet powerful, tool.Calculator++ - Calculator - Calculate - Calculation - Arbitrary Precision - Sin - Sine - Cos - Cosine - Tan - Tangent - Hyperbolic - Cross-Platform - Arbitrary-Precision - Java - Scientific - Programmable - Statistics - Hexadecimal - Binary - Unit Conversion
Platform: Linux , Linux Gnome , Mac OS X , WinXP
TreeCopy will allow you to select the "from directory" and "into directory", and it will proceed to copy ONLY the directory structure.
DateOct 23, 2010
PlatformWinXP, Windows 2003
Amortization Schedule Calculator also known as an amortization schedule calculator - lets you estimate your monthly loan repayments.
DateAug 31, 2010
G-Star project is a clone of the TI-8x calculator game D-Star which are all clones of an HP48 game of the same name. G-Star currently includes 25 levels: 20 from the HP48 version, and 5 from the TI-83 version of the game.
DateAug 11, 2010
FOX Calculator is a desktop calculator written in FOX. The FOX Calculator is a simple desktop calculator geared toward the programmer.
DateAug 23, 2010
AuthorJeroen van der Zijp
pyFretCalc is a handy little fret spacing calculator for luthiers (Guitar makers). Simply enter the scale length you want and how many frets, then click on calculate. To install it, first you have to have the following software installed.
DateAug 8, 2010
AuthorJohn R. Marshall