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99% of the users use calculators for doing simple calculations. And most use the Windows Calculator. How do you use it: You first type the first number from the keyboard. Then you choose the operator using the mouse. Then again you use the keyboard to enter the second number. It causes annoyance to move your hand from keyboard to mouse and to keyboard again, doesn't it? So I made TheCalcMan. It has a text box to enter the whole expression(eg 2+3) and then you press enter. And you get your answer. Yes its that simple. It is a small app. Just 20 KB download. Its has got visual effects too. Apart from the four operators it supports Exponentiation and Factorial. It combines the power of command line apps with the usability of GUI apps. It supports user-defined constants which means that the user can set pi=3.1416 and do pi+3. It supports constant operator (for doing 2+3+4+5+6+7 or 2*3*4*5*6 and like that). Please read the ReadMeFirst.txt file provided in the downloaded file. Version 1.2 is a bug fixing release.
LicenseFree
File Size20.57 kB
Version1.2
Operating System Windows XP Windows Vista Windows Windows 7
System RequirementsMicrosoft .NET Framework 3.5