Calculate Pi
Calculate Pi
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Calculate Pi free download for Mac

Calculate Pi3.10

05 August 2015

Calculate pi to over one million decimal places.

Overview

Calculate Pi lets you calculate over one million decimal places of Pi on your own Mac! What an extremely geeky pleasure!

The advent of digital computers in the 20th century led to an increased rate of new π calculation records. John von Neumann et al. used ENIAC to compute 2037 digits of π in 1949, a calculation that took 70 hours. Additional thousands of decimal places were obtained in the following decades.

What's new in Calculate Pi

Version 3.10:
  • Now uses a monospaced font! Monospace fonts being the same size and spacing are easier to read since everything is uniformly spaced.
  • Fixes a nasty bug where a full stop/period or a comma was confusing the app. Everything is now properly interpreted an integer value

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5 Reviews of Calculate Pi

Panocha
19 April 2015
Version: 3.01

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It should be free. It is free here; http://www.piday.org/million/
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Tim27
08 August 2015
Version: 3.10
I just created an app to calculate 2+2. Be sure to buy it from the app store!
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clakes
06 August 2015
Version: 3.10
Are you actually charging for such a useless piece of code, Mathead?! Loading Lols... Done, 9837726478873::: You must be new to the software thing. Noblame though. Seriously, just like I'm new to such comments. Until I saw this.
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Apveenstra
20 April 2015
Version: 3.01
No need to buy this, the solution is already given in the screenshot ;)
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Panocha
19 April 2015
Version: 3.01
It should be free. It is free here; http://www.piday.org/million/
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Mike666
24 December 2011
Version: 1.0
I would love to see something like this that can do pi and other constants in different bases to as many places as one has time for. Since Carl Sagan wrote Contact I think looking for possible meaningful info in the data streams of these numbers could be the next frontier.
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