TTCalc 0.9.1 for Windows

by Tomasz Sowa

Avg. Rating 4.3 (6 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.8 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows 2000/Me/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 949
Publisher Tomasz Sowa
Homepage TTCalc

Publisher's Description

TTCalc is an open source bignum mathematical calculator. It features arithmetical functions, trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, inverse hyperbolic functions, logical operators, logarithms, functions for converting between degrees and radians and so on. Additionally the program allows a user to define his own variables and functions.

Latest Reviews

taxis

taxis reviewed v0.9.1 on Apr 19, 2010

The program is an improvement of the calculator component with a clean interface and relatively small codesize.

Main advantages:
- parses formulae (keyboard is much easier to use than buttons)
- support for user-defined variables and functions

It would be nice if it could be extended to offer precise arithmetic for integers/fractions exceeding the range of a pocket calculator (13! should be 6227020800 instead of 6.2270208e+9).

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v0.8.4 on Jul 10, 2009

I swear by deskcalc but it is simply not free. Hexelon Max6 is and is THE BEST calc, for free, I have ever found (total commander plugin addon). It's all portable, including windows built in calc.

Nighted

Nighted reviewed v0.8.4 on May 29, 2009

I have used this in the past and it's a decent calculator. There is a portable version and source code available. I have long since discovered SpeedCrunch, also portable...so far nothing can touch it.

shallot

shallot reviewed v0.8.4 on May 28, 2009

Good attempt. Not to take away credit from the author's contribution, but why ? Have you guys seen the builtin calculator in Windows 7...?

Unless this comes up with something compelling that can shadow Windows 7 calc.exe, pretty soon will end up as yac (yet another calculator)

Avg. Rating 4.3 (6 votes)
Your Rating
taxis

taxis reviewed v0.9.1 on Apr 19, 2010

The program is an improvement of the calculator component with a clean interface and relatively small codesize.

Main advantages:
- parses formulae (keyboard is much easier to use than buttons)
- support for user-defined variables and functions

It would be nice if it could be extended to offer precise arithmetic for integers/fractions exceeding the range of a pocket calculator (13! should be 6227020800 instead of 6.2270208e+9).

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v0.8.4 on Jul 10, 2009

I swear by deskcalc but it is simply not free. Hexelon Max6 is and is THE BEST calc, for free, I have ever found (total commander plugin addon). It's all portable, including windows built in calc.

Nighted

Nighted reviewed v0.8.4 on May 29, 2009

I have used this in the past and it's a decent calculator. There is a portable version and source code available. I have long since discovered SpeedCrunch, also portable...so far nothing can touch it.

shallot

shallot reviewed v0.8.4 on May 28, 2009

Good attempt. Not to take away credit from the author's contribution, but why ? Have you guys seen the builtin calculator in Windows 7...?

Unless this comes up with something compelling that can shadow Windows 7 calc.exe, pretty soon will end up as yac (yet another calculator)

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