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Note Cruncher download for Windows

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This is the Windows app named Note Cruncher whose latest release can be downloaded as crunch_beta-0.3.7.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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Note Cruncher


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DESCRIPTION

Console based notepad number cruncher makes calculations fast and simple, yet with ample features under the hood. With log turned on, you can record your session on-the-fly from any open instance of the program.



Features

  • Minimal initialization steps enables fast launching of the program.
  • Ignores meaningless characters so you can put comments and text within the calculation, or simply use it as a note-taking tool. The program picks out patterns matching variable names, numbers and operators to return a relevant answer.
  • Designed to log session line-by-line. If log is turned on, it automatically saves each line to disk.
  • Aims to avoid using external dependencies to keep the application self-contained and portable between operating systems.
  • Convenient shell-scripting utility or shell calculator -- takes commandline arguments and passes them to calculator the same as commands entered at the prompt, so quick single-line expressions can be evaluated and immediately returned.
  • Allows access to system commands so shell commands and scripts can be invoked from the calculator shell.
  • A classic problem with other CLI calculators is a need to use "" when passing arguments with shell operators. This application aims to provide alternate operators so fast calcs can be passed with minimal keystrokes. Example: Allows use of '[]' and '{}' interchangeably with '()' to work around conflicts when passing arguments from the shell.
  • Define and use variables.
  • Behaves like a shell, so you can scroll back to see past calculations. Up/Down keys repeat commands.


Audience

Education, Engineering



Programming Language

C


Categories

Mathematics

This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/crunchcalc/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.


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