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PEMDAS_3.1.wdgt.zip | 1.07 MB

PriceFree
Version3
Release DateNovember 1, 2016
CategoryEducation
Operating SystemsOS X
Publisher

Donkeyneering

http://www.donkeyengineering.com

Publisher's Description

PEMDAS Widget is a simple yet powerful calculator for Dashboard in OS X.

Not only does PEMDAS Widget let you work with equations, variables, different bases, and many functions, but since it runs in Dashboard, it's lightweight and is always just a key press away.

Features

PEMDAS Widget has many simple yet powerful features, outlined below.

Equations

The most importart feature of PEMDAS is that you can work with equations. Simply type in an equation, hit enter or click the equals button, and you have the result! It's a huge improvement over the frustratingly basic one-step-at-a-time calculators.

Number Formatting

PEMDAS has several different kinds of number formatting, including float, scientific, engineering, and percent. It also lets you specify the number of decimals or significant figures to display.

Instant Access

PEMDAS Widget runs in Dashboard with all your other widgets, so there's no need to launch an app to do a few quick calculations -- it's always just key press or click away!

Variables

PEMDAS makes it easy to work with variables. To assign a variable, simply use the equals sign (for example: a = 2+2). Not only that, but all other calculation results are stored in an auto-defined variable (ans1, ans2, ans3, etc.), providing easy access to previous calculations.

Equation History

PEMDAS keeps track of everything you've calculated in the history view (click on the button in the bottom right hard corner of the widget to go there). In the history view, you can see all the equations and results you've calculated, and can click on them to re-insert into the current equation.

Just like PEMDAS Touch

If you've used PEMDAS for iOS, you'll be right at home with PEMDAS Widget (and vice versa!). Both have similar interfaces and feature sets.