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Calculating Machine in C++ Builder

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I need desperatly the source code of a calculating machine written in C++ Builder with classes and so one. The calculating machine needs to calculate natural and complex numbers. If you can make this program, send me for: pintonovo@iname.com...

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This sounds like a homework assignment (which we cannot answer according to the rules of EE).
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Bingo!
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