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Can anybody tell me the source code for a scientific calculator in C? (Has to have the features of a standard scientific calculator). Alternatively, can anybody tell me where I can find it? Thank you.
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wuarchive lists the source to several calculators...
ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/languages/c/unix-c/utils/

CALC1.TAR-Z
A double-precision desk calculator with math library functions
and variables.Accepts interactive input or command line arguments
allowing a "csh" alias to let you say "calc arbitrary-math-expr".
CALC2.TAR-Z
Another desk calculator which accepts expressions on the command
line.
HEXCALC.TAR-Z
A calculator program based on the Texas Instruments Programmer II
calculator.
PAC.TAR-Z
"The ultimate on-screen calculator for UNIX".Zillions of features
including conversions,"NVRAM",checkbook balancer,basetranslation,
trig functions, amortization, compound interest, user-definable
conversions, bit functions, stack, physical constants, macros,
percentages.
RPL.TAR-Z
An interpreter for HP's RPL "calculator programming language".
Should have the same functionality as an HP-28 calculator.


If none of these fit the bill, there is a nice scientific calculator on ftp://garbo.uwasa.fi/pc/math/balicalc.zip
to which he will sell you the source code
His contact info is..
email : s4078tot@sun10.vsz.bme.hu

   
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Hi emmons,
I'm having a bit of trouble 'de-tarring' the files. is there another way I can get them? Thank you
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Another way....
What is the problem? Do you have a TAR for your OS
I can send you tar-dos if you would like (if it would help).
It almost fits into this edit box (the file comes to 34 K)
-Charles
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