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Subject:  RE: GraphCalc: 'The Ultimate Windows Graphing Calculator' 
Author:  iamtim 
Date:  Jan 11 2008 
Tim
On Jan 9 2008, Jesdisciple wrote:
> Originally posted by GraphCalc.com:
> In January of 1999 GraphCalc
> started as a project to keep us
> occupied when we were not busy
> with other commitments. We have been
> working hard on it, some say
> too hard, to make a simple and easy to
> use graphing calculator
> for windows that is rich in features.
> If the Windows calculator
> just isn't getting the job done, or you
> don't want to pay $100
> for a little monochrome display handheld
> calculator, download
> GraphCalc for free and see for yourself how
> easy it is to graph
> an equation or find out what 345.4327 is in
> binary!
I've been
> using this program for a while, around a year I think, and I'm very
> satisfied with it over all. It has three tabs by default, and each
> has different capabilities. The first performs ordinary arithmetic,
> but in an unusual way, allowing for bases 2 to 16, userdefined
> constants, predefined constants and conversions, logarithms, the
> three averaging functions, standard deviation, variance, and some
> operations I've only otherwise seen in programming languages. I have
> noticed that the twodimensional graph isn't a perfect square so the
> default resolution of 20x20 distorts the graph slightly, but it
> gives a very good approximation. See
> http://www.graphcalc.com/index.shtml
 
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