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by Dieter Bohn Thu, 16 Dec 2010 8:44 pm EST
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3lineProCalc provides a full-featured scientific calculator that uses the advantages of the touchscreen. It has lots of additional functions in order to make calculations easier & faster.
If you're interested in 3lineProCalc you may try the free Version '2linecalc' first which has the same user-interface but not as much functions.
The multiline editfield is designed to 'tap' in the calculation according to the usual algebraic notation. Simply tap the [=]-button to get the result.
The formula is cached in one of 10 'history-entries' and may be saved as a shortcut. It's also possible to display or send send the results, history entries and user defined shortcuts via email or a messaging service.
The result is also cached and may be transfered into the editfield or one of 6 memory-entries for further calculations.
3lineProCalc provides several features via the app-menu:
-Edit... - Enables the import & export of numbers via a display-tap.
-Shortscuts/f(x)... - Choose functions you need:
[Const./f(x)], [Num.Conv], [usef.Conv] (useful conversions) or [user defnd.]. Access to an online ressource with more shortcuts to copy is also provided.
-History... - Creates a sms or an email with history entries and results.
-Options... - Provides some options concerning the user interface: autoAC, AC-lock, enable landscape-view, education mode showing the handling of brackets step by step etc.
-Themes... - Sets the design of the app.
-Help - little manual
There are also some special buttons:
-[Const./f(x)] provides a set of useful math. functions and constants. This set may be changed by the menu-option 'shortcuts' to [Num.Conv] (numeric conversions), [usef.Conv] (useful conversions) or [user defnd.] (user defined).
-[Sto/Rcl] (Store/Recall) Saves the number of the display or editfield in one of 6 memory entries / Puts the desired entry or variable into the editfield.
-[dip] (Display input) inserts 'dip' for the number from the display line in the editfield.

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