An update to Console Calculator for Windows is now available.

  • Binary numbers now supports fractional bits (input only), e.g. 0b101.11 = 5.75
  • Fixed some typos in preferences (finally?)
  • Fixed minor unit conversion error.
  • Fixed overflow error with large factorial input.
  • Updated manual.
  • (2013-09-26)

An update to Console Calculator for Windows is now available.

  • Fixed minor bugs with scripting.
  • Calculator appkey reassignment now works in Win Vista & 7.
  • (2013-05-03)

The user interface for Console Calculator on Windows is really showing it’s age.  More recent software supports toolbar icons with more than 16-colors, and other updated chrome.  I’m recently using Visual Studio Pro 2005, which does not support the updated toolbar look and user interface.  Visual Studio 2008 and newer does support it, but I’m not inclined to drop $100′s for this feature alone.  CCalc doesn’t bring in that kind of money :-/  Unfortunately, I locked myself into using Visual Studio Pro (by using MFC), so the best way forward is not clear to me… I could try rewriting CCalc to avoid using MFC so I can use VS Express, but I expect that to be a significant effort.

Any developers out there who wants to trade a few CCalc licenses for VS Pro 2008 or newer?  Let’s be honest, 2008 is already pretty old, I’ll bet someone out there already has a license sitting on the shelf.  Ping me!

An update to Console Calculator for Windows is now available.

  • Added: new built-in function, mod(x,d)
  • Fixed some quirks with precision rounding errors and integer handling.
  • (2013-03-10)

An update to Console Calculator for Windows is now available.  It’s a minor update, but adds a feature I’ve been wanting to do for a while.

  • When copying the last previous result (Ctrl-C with nothing selected), the previous result will blink briefly.
  • (2012-10-24)