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#16043 21-Sep-2007 16:34
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Been using PlusCalc for a couple of months now and it's pretty average.  Anyone got alternatives?  Anything like the calculator available in Windows would be fine.

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  #87623 21-Sep-2007 23:19
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You can try HiCalc, it's not free however.






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  #88247 27-Sep-2007 09:06
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Jsachs@dl-c.com
www.dl-c.com/ppc.html

Was a free Scientific Calculator I found a while ago.
Was called Eval, I think he was working on it at the time but gives me no problems.

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  #88580 28-Sep-2007 21:21
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Thanks everyone.  HiCalc is very impressive, and while Eval is free, in the two minutes I trialled it for, I didn't find it anywhere near as intuitive as HiCalc.  Unfortunate that Microsoft hasn't just put out a PPC version of it's vanilla Windows scientific calculator.

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