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Dalculator

Information:

Supported operating systems:Linux (Tested on Ubuntu 11.10 64-bit and 11.04 32-bit, other systems may work as well)
Windows (Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7)
Version:2.1.1.4
Published:2010-08-22 14:01:50
Updated:2012-03-17 12:29:17
Rating:Rating
Times downloaded:690

Description:

What is Dalculator
Dalculator is a simple, easy-to-use calculator program.
You can calculate expressions by simply typing them in the text-box and pressing Ok.
For example, if you want to know how many seconds go in two and a half hours.
You type: 60*60*2.5, you press enter or Ok and the output will be (as expected): 9000
But using Dalculator this can also be done easier, because Dalculator can calculate with time. Just enter: 2:30, set the output to decimal and press enter or Ok. Now the answer, 9000, will appear!

Built-in functions and variables
Dalculator comes with some built-in functions, like COS, SIN, TAN and many more!
You can even define functions yourself!
You can also use variables in Dalculator. Some variables are defined by default, like: π. But you can also define variables yourself, and use them in expressions.

Multilingual
Dalculator is available in English and in Dutch, you can choose the language you prefer in the application. If you'd like to help translating Dalculator, see below at Open source.

Open source
Dalculator is open source software, it is available under the GPLv3 license. You can find the code at the project page on Google Code.
If you'd like to help developping Dalculator (translating, writing code, etc), please contact me using the contact form on this website.

Feedback
All feedback is appreciated!
Please use the contact page on this site for feedback...

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Download:

Linux download
Size:693.35 KiB
Downloads:282

Windows download
Size:4.53 MiB
Downloads:408

Download zip-file, instead of installerSize: 5.66 MiB

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