CalcSupreme CalcSupreme, an RPN calculator emulation and much more, encompasses a wide range of basic, financial, math/science, and logic operations, accessible respectively via four different screens. Basic oper ... ..
CalcSupreme, an RPN calculator emulation and much more, encompasses a wide range of basic, financial, math/science, and logic operations, accessible respectively via four different screens. Basic operations include arithmetic, algebraic functions, data manipulations, numeric formatting, and menu selections. Finance includes loan/savings, cash-flow, bond, discount, markup, depreciation, calendar, and miscellaneous calculations. Math/science includes log/exponential, trigonometric, hyperbolic, and user-designed functions. Also provided are matrix operations, coordinate conversions, curve-fitting, plotting (linear and log), integration, differentiation, time, calendar, probability, and statistics. User can switch between simple variables and complex variables, where applicable. Logic operations include Boolean arithmetic in three principal number systems. But CalcSupreme does far more than emulate a calculator. Program uses multiple resources of the PC and PC software, including pull-down menus, message and dialog screens, file/list boxes, disk drive(s) and data/user files, clipboard, printer, near-full monitor screen for plots and printouts, hints for all functions, and detailed help screens--features generally not available in hand-held devices. CalcSupreme makes some of the most common (and some uncommon) spreadsheet operations immediately available to you, the user. Also, you can exchange data between CalcSupreme and a spreadsheet or other program by use of the menu items Cut, Copy, and Paste. Moreover, CalcSupreme has the potential to expand--forever! In addition to planned upgrades of certain existing functions, new functions and tasks can be added as dynamic link libraries (DLLs). Beyond the 4 DLLs supplied with the present version of CalcSupreme, the framework now exists for additional DLLs, as listed in pertinent help screen. In future upgrades of CalcSupreme, framework can easily be added for DLLs yet to be identified.