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Topic: Looking for a simple free calculator
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Wally W.

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Re: Looking for a simple free calculator
Posted: Jun 21, 2012 11:42 PM
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On Thu, 21 Jun 2012 19:58:46 -0700 (PDT), KBH wrote:

>Well, 'Thousand Digit OP v2.2' multiplies with two integer numbers
>that are a thousand digits or less each and divides with two integer
>numbers that are two thousand digits or less each.
>
>Think of the fields as a * b = c or as a / b = c. Then all three
>fields are visible at the same time. Also, fields a and b have
>computer clipboard paste operations while field c has computer
>clipboard copy operation.
>
>So a y^x operation can be done as multiplication and then copy-paste-
>multiplication the required number of times.
>
>Here is a user link to the application:
>
>http://www.kbhscape.com/integer.htm
>.


http://gc3.net84.net/bcalc.htm
This calculator by G F Cornwell shows 30 to 10000 digits as needed.





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