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Windows Calculator

Windows Calculator is a software calculator developed by Microsoft and included in Windows. In its Windows 10 incarnation it has four modes: standard, scientific, programmer, and a graphing mode. The

Qalculate!

Qalculate! is an arbitrary precision cross-platform software calculator. It supports complex mathematical operations and concepts such as derivation, integration, data plotting, and unit conversion.

WolframAlpha

WolframAlpha (/ˈwʊlf.rəm-/ WUULf-rəm-) is an answer engine developed by Wolfram Research. It answers factual queries by computing answers from externally sourced data. WolframAlpha was released on May

Comparison of software calculators

This is a list of notable software calculators.

GNOME Calculator

GNOME Calculator, formerly known as gcalctool, is the software calculator integrated with the GNOME desktop environment. It is programmed in C and Vala and part of the GNOME Core Applications.

KCalc

KCalc is the software calculator integrated with the KDE Gear. In the default view it includes a number pad, buttons for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing, brackets, memory keys, percent,

Virtual TI

Virtual TI, or "VTI," is a feature-rich graphing calculator emulator for Microsoft Windows, written in C++ by . It features a graphical debugger, a grayscale display, data transfer between computer an

Bc (programming language)

bc, for basic calculator (often referred to as bench calculator), is "an arbitrary-precision calculator language" with syntax similar to the C programming language. bc is typically used as either a ma

Dc (computer program)

dc (desk calculator) is a cross-platform reverse-Polish calculator which supports arbitrary-precision arithmetic. Written by Lorinda Cherry and Robert Morris at Bell Labs, it is one of the oldest Unix

Hoc (programming language)

hoc, an acronym for High Order Calculator, is an interpreted programming language that was used in the 1984 book The Unix Programming Environment to demonstrate how to build interpreters using Yacc. h

Calculator (Apple)

Calculator is a basic calculator application made by Apple Inc. and bundled with its macOS, iOS, and watchOS operating systems. It has three modes: basic, scientific, and programmer. The basic mode in

Software calculator

A software calculator is a calculator that has been implemented as a computer program, rather than as a physical hardware device. They are among the simpler interactive software tools, and, as such, t

Symbolab

Symbolab is an answer engine that provides step-by-step solutions to mathematical problems in a range of subjects. It was originally developed by Israeli start-up company EqsQuest Ltd., under whom it

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