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)

  1. Berndt Barkholz on Thursday 26, 2013

    This is a very good calculator Scott… I am independent physical researcher (retired) and it fulfills all my needs for accurate scientific calculation with many specifiable variables and documentation of the work done. Thank you for a good product !

  2. Peter Frey on Thursday 26, 2013

    Thanks a bunch for adding these features! This calculator is awesome! I’m a little surprised you fixed the factorial thing. I only found it when I was trying to break it… :-)

    If you could add fractional binary output, it would literally be everything I would ever want in a calculator. I promise. :-)

    If you ever stop supporting this, please consider making it open source. This is a great utility, and it would be a real shame to lose it to antiquity.

    Thanks again!

  3. alan on Thursday 26, 2013

    So does anybody read this anymore? I’d be happy to purchase a copy of this app if you would offer a function to display separately calculated values, ie:

    > disp(3,3^3)

    3, 27