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Author Topic: BinCalc - Very nice binary and mixed numerical system calculator  (Read 1957 times)


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I was looking for a simple calculator that can do binary calculations. This one turns out to be very simple and feature rich. I know there are alot of advance calculators out there but none looked like binary centric.

Btw it supports basic argument passing so you can pass arguments to this .exe easily. I will make an alias for Farr.

Megatops BinCalc is a pure Int32 calculator designed for developers. It provides you a effective way to perform binary calculations or making base conversions.

BinCalc is FREE, and it looks very different to the other calculators. When I was staring the BinCalc project, I just want to design a UI cool enough to scare the binary "muggles" and avoid them touching it -- it is only for developers.
« Last Edit: April 20, 2009, 12:16:35 AM by kartal »


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Re: BinCalc - Very nice binary and mixed numerical system calculator
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2009, 01:09:46 AM »
I came across this just a few weeks ago (didn't think to pass on the info - for some reason it never crossed my mind that others here would find it useful).

The line of 'bit boxes' is a brilliant addition to a programming calculator. This is the first time I've found a calculator that makes binary calculations feasible.

It's like having the old front-panel switches & lights from the early days of computers (back in college we wrote a simple bootloader for the PDP/11 that had to be fed into the computer using front-panel switches).

All around, this is the best programmer's calculator I've used. Thanks for posting about it.