Friday May 3, 2013
An update to Console Calculator for Windows is now available.
Thank You for keeping this fine piece of SW alive and healthy!
I have noticed that the new functions introduced in 3.0.9 and before are not reflected in the Help file or the manual web page.
May I also repeat a wish I have posted in february 2010:
It would be nice to have the following runtime switches implemented into this great software to ease automatic use.
/c Input is in clipboard and result will be in clipboard also.
If input consists of more than one line (separated by the output ‹window› will be cleared beforehand.
/snn Number of significant figures on output
/mmode Mode of operation. mode can be rad or deg
/bnn Display base. nn may be 02, 10 or 16.
/dscimode Equivalent to the directive scimode
/h Clear the history
/enn Output is (from now on) in scientific notation with nn significant figures. For example, with nn = 7 p would be reported as 3.141593, but p/100 would be reported as 3.141593e-2. This would be an alternative to the /snn switch. The /snn switch generates unnormalised numbers, whereas the /enn switch generates normalised figures.
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