Re: [Freedos-user] FreeDOS Resident Calculator

2007-02-22 Thread Oleg O. Chukaev
* Arkady V.Belousov [EMAIL PROTECTED] [Wed, 21 Feb 2007 
01:03:22 +0300]:
 OOC FreeDOS, like most DOSes, does not have its own resident
 calculator.
 OOC TSR calculator is a very useful tool for DOS users and 
programmers.
 OOC Therefore, I wrote the FreeDOS Resident Calculator (FDRC) -- TSR
 OOC calculator with 32-bit arithmetical/logical operations,

  Not enough (because _complete_ calculator should support both
 programmers integer calculations _and_ non-integer arithmetic). Most
 convenient (in sense of non-integer arithmetic results) calculator,
 which I
 seen, was NDOS' [EMAIL PROTECTED] opeartor.

FDRC is _incomplete_ calc (version 0.1.5). Fixed- or floating-point 
operations
will be implemented in the future versions.

 OOC reverse
 OOC polish notation,

  Useful only for experienced programmers and/or in case of very
 limited
 resources. Not convenient for end users.

Maybe. But RPN is simple and do not requires much resources.

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Re: [Freedos-user] FreeDOS Resident Calculator

2007-02-20 Thread Arkady V.Belousov
Hi!

19-Фев-2007 18:26 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Oleg O. Chukaev) wrote to
freedos-user@lists.sourceforge.net:

OOC FreeDOS, like most DOSes, does not have its own resident calculator.
OOC TSR calculator is a very useful tool for DOS users and programmers.
OOC Therefore, I wrote the FreeDOS Resident Calculator (FDRC) -- TSR
OOC calculator with 32-bit arithmetical/logical operations,

 Not enough (because _complete_ calculator should support both
programmers integer calculations _and_ non-integer arithmetic). Most
convenient (in sense of non-integer arithmetic results) calculator, which I
seen, was NDOS' [EMAIL PROTECTED] opeartor.

OOC reverse
OOC polish notation,

 Useful only for experienced programmers and/or in case of very limited
resources. Not convenient for end users.

OOC history, and others features. FDRC is an open
OOC source program, distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL.
OOC You can download FDRC here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/fdrc/.

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Re: [Freedos-user] FreeDOS Resident Calculator

2007-02-19 Thread Bernd Blaauw
Oleg O. Chukaev schreef:
 FreeDOS, like most DOSes, does not have its own resident calculator.
 TSR calculator is a very useful tool for DOS users and programmers.
 Therefore, I wrote the FreeDOS Resident Calculator (FDRC) -- TSR
 calculator with 32-bit arithmetical/logical operations, reverse
 polish notation, history, and others features. FDRC is an open
 source program, distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL.
 You can download FDRC here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/fdrc/.
   
Most promising indeed. Thanks for a beautiful piece of software.
I've not checked yet though if there's a simple commandline mode, like 
fdrc 2 * -2 with output -4
That makes SET /E usefull in FreeDOS (fill environment variable with 
output of the program.

Gotta experiment myself if the TSR's default hotkey is handy or not.

Bernd


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Re: [Freedos-user] FreeDOS Resident Calculator

2007-02-19 Thread Florian Xaver
You are right. I am using 4DOS for it sometimes.but such a TSR is much  
better

Thanks
  Flo

On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 16:26:39 +0100, Oleg O. Chukaev [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

 FreeDOS, like most DOSes, does not have its own resident calculator.
 TSR calculator is a very useful tool for DOS users and programmers.
 Therefore, I wrote the FreeDOS Resident Calculator (FDRC) -- TSR
 calculator with 32-bit arithmetical/logical operations, reverse
 polish notation, history, and others features. FDRC is an open
 source program, distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL.
 You can download FDRC here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/fdrc/.

 Oleg O. Chukaev [EMAIL PROTECTED]


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