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jExacter 1U

A scientific calculator within a limit of 1 to 240 240 significant digits.


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Total downloads: 127
  • Last Updated: Apr 21, 2009
  • License: Shareware $24.00
  • OS: Windows Vista/XP
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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jExacter is a Home & Education software developed by Witold Kossowski. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for jExacter:

EditByBrothersoft: A Scientific Calculator provides calculations within a limit of 1 to 240 significant digits.

The user can choose a System Keyboard (48 standard functions) as well as the Private one, with 48 customizable keys (right click).

Every "private" button can be titled and linked to any formula entered by the OperaTor at any moment and for permanent using.

Calculation is carried out starting from the formula of the length limited to 248 characters.

The formula, written in natural notation, is built of operators (max.73), constants and variables.

The syntax of the formula is verified and all error is interpreted.

The compilation of the formula is followed by the optimization of the Calculus.

Incremental (for any number of variables with different incrementation values ) as well as recurrent calculus are possible.

The formula, as well as any argument can be modified by the user at any moment.

jExacter makes the Direct Access to any variable.

Any argument can be entered in fixed or scientific format.

In the case of periodic number, the use of the parentheses is authorized, e.g. 1.0(53) that corresponds to 1.053535353.

Every entered argument is tested and all error is interpreted.

The largest/smallest accepted number is 1E±1,000,000,000.
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