Friday, July 3, 2009

TheCalcMan



VERSION 1.1: USER DEFINED CONSTANT
SUPPORT ADDED:
This means you can save pi=3.1416 and
do pi*5!!

VERSION 1.2: MANY BUGS FIXED AND VISUAL EFFECTS ENHANCED

VERSION 1.3(to be released): Auto-Update notifier.

99% of the users use calculators for doing simple calculations.
And most use the Windows Calculator.
How do you use it:

You first type the first number from the keyboard.
Then you choose the operator using the mouse.
Then again you use the keyboard to enter the second number.

It causes annoyance to move your hand from keyboard to mouse and to keyboard again, doesn't it?

So I made TheCalcMan. It has a text box to enter the WHOLE expression(eg 2+3)
and then you press enter. And you get your answer. Yes its that simple.

It is a small app. Just 21 KB download.
Its has got visual effects too.
Apart from the four operators it supports Exponentiation and Factorial.
It combines the power of command line apps with the usability
of GUI apps

You can type: 2+10/2-4+5*3 and press enter to get 18!!

No installation required. No dlls. Just unrar and go. And its a freeware.
It requires .net framework 3.5 though.

The direct one click download link is:

TheCalcMan DOWNLOAD!



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9 comments:

  1. Hi, it's a very great blog.
    I could tell how much efforts you've taken on it.
    Keep doing!

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  2. Hi, does this support putting numbers in brackets (BIDMAS, remember?) and stuff like that?

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  3. @Yannis

    Currently No.
    But it will support this and user defined functions as well in the next version.

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  4. const(t=r) set t to 0 and not the previous result?

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  5. Ah, but you haven't said why the example comes out to 18.
    Maths has rules, but if we don't know them, when we tackle 2+10/2-4+5*3 we could get:
    12/2-4+5*3
    6-4+5*3
    2+5*3
    7*3
    21
    Phred

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  6. :D you are correct Phred, but normally DMAS is used, you know, first Division, then Multiplication, then Addition and then Subtraction...

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  7. Just to say that for most simple calculations one need not use the mouse with Windows calculator. The keyboard has the operators.

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