Everyone needs a calculator sometimes, and just about everybody has resorted to the Windows (or equivalent) calculator for some quick calculations, right?
Well, for most people, that’s a pain in the tucas because we need it so infrequently. Well, the web now offers a better way.
ECalc.com provides both a basic and a scientific calculator, very nicely done, and very accessible.
Next time you need to do run some quick (or long) numbers, hit ECalc. It’s just better!
You can either go to www.ecalc.com and select Basic or Scientific, or you can go directly to the one of your choice
To use the (many) converson options, just drag the blue and green bars to your choices. The color you’re dragging is updated dynamically!
Here I calculated 6×9 on the left, moved the value to the area on the right and found that, contrary to a certain “caveman” using Scrabble tiles, 6×9 does not, in fact, equal 42 in Decimal, octal, hex, or (of course) binary. (Note: a cool feature in the binary section - click on any of the 32 bits to flip it, the other conversions change accordingly!)
- www.ECalc.com -