« on: November 25, 2011, 04:46 PM »
I'll definitely have some way of controlling which characters cause a line-break. There are rather a lot of candidates when one starts looking: '.,?!"-:; and of course ♫
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By a small program do you mean something like a dialogue box in which I could paste some text and have it do what I ask. If so that would be wonderfull. I know this will sound terrible and I don't want to seem unappreciative but the less work I have to do the better because as already stated, I only use a computer I have very little understanding of the way they work or the associated language.-Quidnunc (November 25, 2011, 12:14 PM)
That's nice, as usual timns
I like the lazy man's result for fractions as both decimals and fractions together
+1 for carrying a total down to the following line
If I enter the same currency convertion on consecutive lines this seems to slow things down (might be just my crummy internet sevice)
Super-lazy request, any chance of using >> instead of -> (a split second faster)-cranioscopical (November 21, 2011, 06:35 PM)
It works great in MacOSX!
Just something I miss: could you include a way to use the last result in the current calculation?
I usually use the command-line bc (which is very similar to your program but with fewer functionalities), and when I use ".", it is replaced by the last value it output.
In case I'm not explaining myself decently, here's an example:Code: Text [Select]-jgpaiva (November 21, 2011, 12:37 PM)
Good for you -- even if an exact duplicate of your idea existed.. there is often value in starting a new project -- inevitably it will take on a character and feature set of it's own and diverge from the other programs.-mouser (November 16, 2011, 03:20 PM)
oops.. well never let it be said i only tell people what they want to hear-mouser (November 15, 2011, 09:31 PM)