CalculatorX is an enhanced expression calculator. It can evaluate an expression for one time. You can use Arithmetic, Logic, Bitwise and Relation operations in your expression. And many system constants and built-in functions can also be used in the expression. CalculatorX even supports the custom variables, custom functions and note-line. You can use Binary, Octal, Decimal and HEXadecimal numbers in one expression to evaluate as well.
CalculatorX has the unlimited ability to extend itself by using Custom Functions. You can add your own functions to CalculatorX in order to convenience your work.
CalculatorX is powerful, but it is very easy to use. You can use it as any calculators you have used.
Make Work Easy and High Efficiency by using CalculatorX.
Here is just a short list of CalculatorX's major features:
- Arithmetic operation
- Logic and Bitwise operation
- Relation operation
- Built-In Functions
- Constant support, such as PI, E, TRUE, FALSE etc.
- Alias for operators and functions, eg."sh" and "hsin" is the same function
- Unlimited nesting for expression
- The mixed operation for Binary, Octal, Decimal and HEXadecimal numbers
- Table/Array operation support
- "Simulate the exact value" operation
- Scientific notation for numerical value
- Custom variable support
- Note-line support
- Custom function support
- Upper case and lower case can be mixedly used in the expression
- Historical expressions log
- XP appearance support (in WinXP)
- Quick reference for input
- Base-N(2,8,10,16) results show
- Expressions manager support
- 'Auto Round Operation' according to the appointed bits
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MacroRunner is a powerful Excel add-in that enables users to easily automate the process of running Excel macros. MacroRunner provides two methods for automation. One method involves the addition of a user defined function called RunMacro which can be inserted into a worksheet. The RunMacro function works by allowing you to run macros in response to whether a specified condition evaluates to true or false. The second method allows you to run macros in response to several workbook and worksheet related events. With MacroRunner you can take control of when your Excel macros run with no programming involved.
As mentioned above, the RunMacro function allows you to run macros based on whether a condition that you specify evaluates to true for false. The condition consists of comparing two values with a comparision operator (e.g. A1 > 5). You have a number of different options to choose from for each of the two values including a single cell range, a number value, text value, or a value that is returned from another function. You also have several different comparison operator options to choose from including “Begins With” which allows you to specify what set of characters the first value should begin with (e.g A1 Begins With “Bac”) . You have the option of running one macro if the condition evaluates to true and another macro if the condition evaluates to false. In addition to running macros, you can specify that the function returns a value depending on whether the condition evaluates to true or false.
The second method for automating macros is to assign a macro to run in response to an Excel related event. MacroRunner provides several events to choose from including when the workbook first opens. when the workbook closes, when a particular sheet is first activated, and when a particular sheet is deactivated by clicking on another sheet.
MacroRunner for Excel: http://www.macrorunner.com/mrinst.zip
Do you have an idea for a new PDA application but not sure where to start? CASL (Compact Application Solution
Language) is an easy to use Windows Integrated Development Environment that allows you to build applications
for the PalmOS®, PocketPC / Windows Mobile and Windows using a single set of code. With CASL, you can
easily create applications that target multiple operating systems using a high-level programming language that will
only take a small investment of your time to learn. Even if you have never created software before, CASL can help
make your idea a reality.
To create applications in CASL, you take variables, objects, and functions to create powerful and flexible
applications. A short list of available capabilities that can include:
* Hi-Res (320x320 on the PalmOS) support for Palm and PocketPC.
* Communicate with BlueTooth serial devices using the BlueTooth library (included).
* CASLpro (Palm) Events Library that allows detection of: the Five-Way navigator (DPad), Hard Power Off/On,
Soft Power Off/On, Launch Handler (to prevent or allow application exit) and Pen Up/Down/Move.
* Full set of display objects with dynamic control of location, size, font, color, and bitmap properties.
* Full set of event functions, predefined functions, user defined function constructs, conditional branching
constructs, and conditional looping constructs.
* Indexed db files for fast random access
* Record structures bound to variables for fast read/write of db record
* Grid object with columns, which can be populated with label, textbox, button, checkbox, and dropdown objects
bound to DB fields or arrays, for easy display of scrolling data without writing any code.
* Conduit for synchronizing PDA with the desktop computer (Includes Hotsync support for PalmOS and ActiveSync
3.7-4.x support for the PocketPC / Windows Mobile ).
* Network socket access (HTTP, Telnet or TCP)
* PDA file access.
* Much more!