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W3Eval is Java applet that evaluates mathematical expressions step by step.
It uses different approach from conventional calculator, which is more
natural to the way people calculate. When you calculate on a conventional
calculator, each time you entered a new number you would loose sight of the
previous one. And if you make a mistake in the middle of a long expression,
you have to start all over.
Features :
- evaluate mathematical expressions step by step
- parse expressions
- reduce parentheses
- large number of built-in functions and operators
- hex, oct, bin and dec numbers
- deg, rad, grad
- works with "infinity" and "not-a-number"
- user-defined variables
- three kind of parenthesis
- detail error checking and reporting
- unlimited size of expressions
- unlimited depth of nesting
- expression builder
- multiplatform
- three distinct "Look&Feel"
- HTML help ( )
- automatic installation of JRE 1.3 Plug-in
- only 50 kB
Requirements :
- JRE 1.3 ( )
- Browser or appletviewer
User comments :
- D O K A Z da je domaca pamet najbolja pamet!
- Kako bi bio superlativ od "Svaka cast"?
- Kada ce se cijeli paket moci dobiti "kuci" za "offline" rad?
- J A V A i samo J A V A!
- stari moj ovo je vrhunski proizvod!
- Zelim autoru sav uspjeh sa ovim projektom koji je sigurno zasluzio
i vrijeme ce pokazati koliko je ovo u stvari genijalno.
- ...slazem se da je ludilo
- All the world must be Rewritten In Java
- mozda ti sredim i neku naknadicu
- Very interesting! Under which license it's being redistributed?
- Svaka cast za produkt!
- I noticed your wonderful Java applets on the web, great job :-)
- I work for NetDIVE and my company is organizing a Java contest
with $20.000 in prizes...
- super ti je onaj applet
- I'm wondering if you'd be interested in writing an article that discusses
the importance of the applet and describes (providing hands on guidance)
how you built it. Editor, Java technology zone, IBM developerWorks
- Very cool applet
- The step-by-step evaluation is very handy
- Recently Submitted Editors Choice Resources at JARS: 2. W3Eval (NS11-1)
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And this is really more appropriate to the "blatant advertsing" forum, so I've moved it for you.
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