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|Decimal, Binary, and Hex Number converter||Version: C# 2010|
|Author: Thomas1965||Submitted: 1/20/2018||Downloads: 372|
|App that converts between decimal, binary and hexadecimal numbers. Also shows how to limit input to certain keys. |
|All In One Calulator||Version: VB 2005|
|Author: Ahmed Adel||Submitted: 1/15/2017||Views: 3397|
|Complete code for all in one calculator.|
|Chaos attractors and repeller simulator||Version: VB 2013|
|Author: Gideon Isaac||Submitted: 5/19/2016||Downloads: 318|
|Some functions approach 'attractors' if you keep feeding their output into their input. Attractors can be fixed points, or periodic cycles, or "strange attractors" which never cross their own path, but stay within a general shape and area. This is a one ...more>>|
|Equation Evaluator||Version: VB 2013|
|Author: Gideon Isaac||Submitted: 5/11/2016||Downloads: 442|
|This calculates expressions such as (exp(x) - 1) / (exp(x) + 1) - 8 * (sine(.2.0) - 30 * (y - 3)) etc. The basic object is a class that has one number, and one operator (such as multiplication).
This type of calculator can be extended (to complex number ...more>>|
|Orange Calculator||Version: VB 2010|
|Author: Awojinrin emmanuel o||Submitted: 1/1/2016||Downloads: 931|
|Orange calculator is a scientific which is working well but I did not code all the buttons you can do the rest or contact me on +2348065112930 if you like it.
This my first project that I upload here.
|Decimal to Inch 64ths Fractions||Version: VB 2010|
|Author: Bob Brandt||Submitted: 11/21/2015||Views: 2320|
|Converts decimal numbers to Inch fractions, in increments of 64's 32's 16's 8's 4's 2's 0.02 of an Inch accuracy.
|Age Calculator||Version: VB6|
|Author: Ashish Kamanwar||Submitted: 8/21/2015||Downloads: 1541|
|Age calculator for a difference in your age....in your details month, day,year,
hours, in minutes..
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|Floyd Warshall algorithm||Version: C# 2012|
|Author: Sami ERBASI||Submitted: 4/28/2015||Downloads: 960|
|Improving an estimate on the shortest path between two vertices.
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