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While quite appropriate for a hand held device, the bunch-o-buttons interface provided by a typical calculator is ridiculous when implemented on a computer screen. Instead, THX-1138 provides an approximation to electronic paper. As you enter the expression, it is displayed the way you would write it on paper, and you can edit it directly.

You can also plot functions and print the graphs as PostScript, and there is a window for base conversions. (e.g. hex <-> decimal)

Current Version:   1.0.5

License Type:   Free

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UNIX/X including Linux

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X Windows

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