Imagine a calculator with tape, where you can correct any printed character, and the tape recalculates everything itself.
Cool? This is what CCCalc does.
Unlimited precision, visible and even editable memory, drag-n-drop and clipboard support and many other features make CCCalc very convenient for everyday calculations.
The CCCalc application was designed to be convenient tool for basic calculations.
Here are some key features of "CCCalc":
· easy to use like a paper and pencil
· features same operations as a good desktop check-n-correct calculator
· provides unlimited precision and arbitrary rounding off
· allows to correct any misprint at any moment
· performs four basic arithmetic operations, percent allowed
· allows to browse through calculations history and correct anything at any moment
· works with numbers without limitations on precision
· rounds-up results to a given significant digit
· supports Windows drag-and-drop and clipboard
· Takes about 700Kb of hsrd drive space.
· Uses about 2Mb RAM when works.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
Now CCCalc allows you to put text comments into calculations:
· These comments reside on the right side of the page, like side notes in school notebook, see the picture.
· To create or edit a comment click mouse to the certain place of side notes, or use TAB key to move the caret to side notes and back.
New clipboard format:
· If you paste data from CCCalc to a word processor or spreadsheet you may want it to look similar to CCCacl, which wasn't true in previous versions.
· Now CCCalc provides HTML clipboard format for this. It is well understood at least by Microsoft Office and Open Office suites but hopefully by many other applications too.
· The previous formatting is also available in the clipboard as "unformatted text".
· In version 2.1 it was impossible to start typing a number from the decimal dot, It was a bug and it is fixed.