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Laszlo
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Make [Total Calculator] work, I am sure you will like it.

I tried replacing its lua.dll with PhiLho's 5.0.2 version. No crash, but the calculator does not start. Can a LUA expert give some hint for Vista?

Maybe Total Calculator uses a special version of the dll, so only the author can provide an update.

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I love HEXelon MAX 6 , math calculator, units converter,currency converter 1.9MB, freeware, Windows 2000,XP,Vista. It comes also included with Total Commander Ultraprime. Its good for everyday use :) . Give it a try

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I could make Total Calculator work under Vista. The trick is to install it in a directory without any special rights (like in the Desktop) or spaces in its path. I used c:\tc.

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Great. Another one of "those" things.
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I just noticed that Total Calcultaor uses RaEdit. THat is another kind of edit control made by author of RaGrid.
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Check out what is possible with a few hundred lines of AHK code: Popup calculator II. It works with double precision floats, 64-bit integers, supports the usual set of calculator functions and more, can set variables, show the results in several decimal, hex and binary formats; keep the command history, which can be edited, saved, loaded. There are built in math constants and unit conversion values. It is easy to add more functions programmed in AHK... and it is fast: pops up immediately.

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What would be really useful is a calculator that has natural display, i.e. leaves answers as surds, fractions etc for ultimate precision and easier readability. If not then graphing functions are a must. This is why I currently use PowerToy calc. I haven't looked at your script, but have you planned such features?

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What would be really useful is a calculator that has natural display, i.e. leaves answers as surds, fractions etc for ultimate precision and easier readability.

It needs a symbolic math engine, otherwise sqrt(4)-2 will never be evaluated to 0. It can be done, but similar algebraic simplifications are very hard. Rational display is possible, too, but again, what would you expect to see for sqrt(2)? 14142/10000 or 1.4142. It could be a very interesting project, but probably too large for AHK.

graphing functions are a must.

They are more realistic, especially, since jonny already posted the necessary code. I will look into it.

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graphing functions are a must

The Popup Calculator II. v.1.7 grew to over 1200 lines of AHK code. It supports now some limited function definitions, arrays, loops, computed indices, and function graphing with arbitrary grid lines and reading the coordinates of points.

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What would be really useful is a calculator that has natural display, i.e. leaves answers as surds, fractions etc for ultimate precision and easier readability. If not then graphing functions are a must. This is why I currently use PowerToy calc. I haven't looked at your script, but have you planned such features?


I wish someone would port Qalculate. :/ Like Google Calculator or Wolfram Alpha with its handling of units, currency, etc.

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hmm, supercalculator2 seemed good but after using it I noticed some of my keys were screwed up - pressing M produced 0 etc I found out that it had left numlock activated.
I am on xp sp2
wont be bothering with it after all
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I'm using Speq Mathematics. It can calculate with units in formulas and convert them, plot functions, define variables and functions, and has a notepad-like edit field for entering formulas.

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Lol browsing for software on ahk forums comes in handy :3 Finaly a calculator that has history and (sin, con tan and the ans button...but mostly ans!!!)

better than the windows default calculator :D