GlassCalc is a calculator with a wholly uninspired name. Really, the
only reason I called it GlassCalc is because it has an extra bit of
Aero glass. That, and I couldn’t find any other calculator programs
GlassCalc is designed to be used with a keyboard, not a mouse.
Instead of clicking buttons, just type an expression in the Input box
and hit Enter. It’s really much faster that way.
GlassCalc is also something of a replacement for the XP
PowerToy Calculator, which only runs on Vista and Windows 7 as an
administrator, which is totally annoying.
GlassCalc is programmed in C# and WPF.
- You don’t have to click buttons!
- It can evaluate simple and complex mathematical expressions.
- You can define functions and variables and use them in expressions.
- It remembers said functions and variables when you close and open it again.
- It can solve most equations that have solutions.
- It can convert answers to binary, octal, or hexadecimal.
- It supports degree and radian modes for non hyberbolic trig functions.
- It doesn’t crash, even if you enter nonsense.
- Well, okay, I can’t guarantee it doesn’t crash, but I can’t get it too.
- Of course, on my dev machine, I have all the required libraries. You might not.
- If it does crash, send me the error log so I can figure out what I screwed up.
- It does a whole lot more stuff, just download it already and try stuff.