Scientific Calculator

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Cbud
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Scientific Calculator

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After getting tired of forgetting my Ti-83+ in my mechanical engineering classes, I decided to whip up a scientific calculator. It's pretty solid, and rather encompassing.

It can do:
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Exponents, Parenthesis, Log, Natural Log, e to any power, Sin, Cos, Tan, inverse sin cos and tan in radian and degrees, Square Roots, Absolute Value, Random Numbers, Convert decimals to fractions, Store numbers in memory.

If you see any problems or math errors (I've spotted one with the cos pi/2, but haven't gotten it fixed yet) let me know!

http://cbuddy.googlepages.com/ScientificCalculator.swf
KAYZAI
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Re: Scientific Calculator

Post by KAYZAI »

Whao. That is REALLY COOL.

Thanks
livewires
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Re: Scientific Calculator

Post by livewires »

thats amazing thanks
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Re: Scientific Calculator

Post by gschier »

The trig functions aren't accurate :(
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Re: Scientific Calculator

Post by Haxi »

I like this.....
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Re: Scientific Calculator

Post by sideways »

I only just noticed this, so I'll repost what I posted in the 605 forum in a flash games thread

Cbud's calculator is nice, the trig functions are fine (they default to radians, tap 'mode' to switch to degrees), although missing some stuff like factorial, nth root, stats, and the cpu usage is high even when the calulator is idle, which will drain the battery.

Some alternatives, which work as standalone Flash apps on an archos 605:

1. A reverse-polish HP clone with a huge number of functions:
http://skurtov.fileave.com/scientific.swf

I rotated it 90 degrees so it fills the archos screen and looks much better:

http://www.jbg.f2s.com/archos605/rotater.swf

put scientifc.swf and rotater.swf in the Flash directory, and open rotater to see the rotated calculator

2. If you prefer a standard scientific calculator, this one is the best I found for the archos, it's very responsive and easy to use, although it doesn't look too great

http://www.7stones.com/Homepage/Publisher/Calc.swf

(Doesn't work properly in Opera, but download and save to the Flash directory and run as a stand alone flash app)

(For stats, use x>M key to create data set)

3. The stand alone player on the 605 uses Flash 7, but Opera in latest firmware uses Flash 9, so you can try this "orgasmic" calculator for fun :)

http://www.joke-pages.com/jokes/images/org-calc.swf

(As a stand-alone the sounds still work, which may be all you want ;) )
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Re: Scientific Calculator

Post by Archos-user2 »

Sideways, thanks for the RPN calculators, they work graet on my pc, but not on my Archos, they are reconigzed after I copied them to the A5, it tells me "invalid file type", I think is
saying it's not a valid flash application for the Archos, one way or the other I couldn't get them to work.
What do I need to do?
Thanks
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Re: Scientific Calculator

Post by stella20 »

That's cool)))) we step futher.....in future:)
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