This is a simple calculator written in C language and works under DOS Command prompt. The calculator performs all the basic arithmetic operations including addition, subtraction, trigonometric calculations, and many other functions. It can also calculate logarithms,...
This graphical scientific calculator purely written in C programming language. It uses small functions to draw buttons on the screen and perform scientific operations like conversion, logrithm, and other operations. Every operation can be performed using the mouse...
Use JavaScript to find out just how much that new house or car is going to cost you each month. Enter values into the fields below to find out how much each monthly payment would be with the given number of payments, interest rate, and loan amount. JavaScript...
This useful JavaScript calculator will tell you the degrees, Nautical Miles, Statute Miles, and Kilometers between your originating and destination airports. It’s got a built-in database of over 150 of the most traveled airports! Very neat! I’ve given a...
This is a very comprehensive JavaScript calculator. Although the source code can get quite confusing, it works. JavaScript /******************************************************* * MYCPLUS Sample Code - https://www.mycplus.com * * * * This code is made available as a...
Here is a really simple JavaScript calculator – with just 5 functions! (Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and power) This example can help you see how JavaScript evaluates math functions! Check it out! JavaScript...
This is a Graphical calculator and graphical dairy which uses files to store the diary information. [code=’c’]/******************************************************* * MYCPLUS Sample Code – https://www.mycplus.com * * * * This code is made available...
Nice graphical calculator.It has all the functinalities of a scientific calculator. Good User Interface with buttons. User can use mouse too to perform the required operation.So Do see itThanks [sourcecode language=’c’]...
This C Language program reads a sequence of positive integers from the console, given by the user, and prints them out together with their sum. Use a Sentinel value (say 0) to determine when the sequence has terminated. So wehenever the user will enter 0 the program...