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Easycalc was a simple scientific calculator. You enter a formula, press the
Execute button and you can read the result.
More information is available in the manual.
- Normal, Scientific and Engineering floating point mode
- All functions you would find on a normal scientific calculator
- Unlimited number of variables and functions
- Graph support
- GuessIt function - it tries to find out, what the result means,
like "pi/2", "e^(3/4)" and "47/23".
- Integer operations (unsigned 32bit), conversions between Bin/Oct/Oct/Hex
- Function solving through fzero' with three parameters - min, max and function,
it solves the function (e.g. fzero(0:10:f()), with f()="x^2" will return
'2'.). It is possible to write fzero(0:2:"(x-1)(x+1)") too.
- Up to 15 decimal digits
- Scrollable results field
- Complex numbers, including a basic guessit for complex
- Fast menu for selecting variables and functions
- Results history
- Normal/Polar/Parametric graphs
- Tracing of graphs in all modes
- Table mode for graphs
- A reduced version of EasyCalc without graphs and special functions. You'll save about 140K of space.
- Popup-menu for built-in functions
- If you select text and press a function button (e.g. sin), the
selected text gets inserted as the functions argument.
- Export to memopad.
- Function/variable name consist of lower case letters 'a-z' and numbers and have to start with a letter.
If you want to look at other software written by EasyCalcs main author (Ondøej Palkovský) look at