TextCalc
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TextCalc is a calculator that evaluates a string expression such as "1+1" or "1+(3^2*4*-1). It follows order of operation, and supports trigonometric functions such as sin( and cos(. TextCalc uses mmcalc as an engine. mmcalc is released under the GPL and is open-source.
What's New
Version 0.2:
  • Results put in another text field, instead of replacing the expression
  • Added support for an "x" variable.
  • Spaces are now allowed in the expression.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later (tested on Mac OS X 10.2.8 and Mac OS X 10.3.8).



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burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 22 Feb 2005
To developer:
Get MiniCalc and learn how to design user interface.
[Version 0.2]


burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 22 Feb 2005
Make it a Service or Context Menu and you'll have something.
[Version 0.2]

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burypromote

+1
Opendoor Software (developer) replied on 23 Feb 2005
thanks for the tip:

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/17311
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Downloads:1,786
Version Downloads:1,255
Type:Education : Mathematics
License:Free
Date:22 Feb 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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TextCalc is a calculator that evaluates a string expression such as "1+1" or "1+(3^2*4*-1). It follows order of operation, and supports trigonometric functions such as sin( and cos(. TextCalc uses mmcalc as an engine. mmcalc is released under the GPL and is open-source.


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