Sunday, November 10, 2013

Offline Mathematical Calculator - Math Calci Download

Posted by Savita Sathe
Though I can use the calculator given in my PC via my operating system. But in case I am using my mobile or having a OS which don't have built in calculator in it, now what should I do?

There are several websites available in the world wide web where I can do so. But the best  method so far I have come across for this thing, is the following method.

You just need a blank text, copy and paste ability and you can run your own math calculator in no time.

Just do following steps:

1) Open text file.

2) Paste following html code in it.

<FORM name="Keypad" action="">


<TABLE border=1 width=50 height=60 cellpadding=1 cellspacing=5>
<TR>
<TD colspan=3 align=middle>
<input name="ReadOut" type="Text" size=24 value="0" width=100%>
</TD>
<TD
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnClear" type="Button" value="  C  " onclick="Clear()">
</TD>
<TD><input name="btnClearEntry" type="Button" value="  CE " onclick="ClearEntry()">
</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
<TD>
<input name="btnSeven" type="Button" value="  7  " onclick="NumPressed(7)">
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnEight" type="Button" value="  8  " onclick="NumPressed(8)">
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnNine" type="Button" value="  9  " onclick="NumPressed(9)">
</TD>
<TD>
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnNeg" type="Button" value=" +/- " onclick="Neg()">
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnPercent" type="Button" value="  % " onclick="Percent()">
</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
<TD>
<input name="btnFour" type="Button" value="  4  " onclick="NumPressed(4)">
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnFive" type="Button" value="  5  " onclick="NumPressed(5)">
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnSix" type="Button" value="  6  " onclick="NumPressed(6)">
</TD>
<TD>
</TD>
<TD align=middle><input name="btnPlus" type="Button" value="  +  " onclick="Operation('+')">
</TD>
<TD align=middle><input name="btnMinus" type="Button" value="   -   " onclick="Operation('-')">
</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
<TD>
<input name="btnOne" type="Button" value="  1  " onclick="NumPressed(1)">
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnTwo" type="Button" value="  2  " onclick="NumPressed(2)">
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnThree" type="Button" value="  3  " onclick="NumPressed(3)">
</TD>
<TD>
</TD>
<TD align=middle><input name="btnMultiply" type="Button" value="  *  " onclick="Operation('*')">
</TD>
<TD align=middle><input name="btnDivide" type="Button" value="   /   " onclick="Operation('/')">
</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
<TD>
<input name="btnZero" type="Button" value="  0  " onclick="NumPressed(0)">
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnDecimal" type="Button" value="   .  " onclick="Decimal()">
</TD>
<TD colspan=3>
</TD>
<TD>
<input name="btnEquals" type="Button" value="  =  " onclick="Operation('=')">
</TD>
</TR>
</TABLE>
</FORM>


<script>

var FKeyPad = document.Keypad;
var Accumulate = 0;
var FlagNewNum = false;
var PendingOp = "";
function NumPressed (Num) {
if (FlagNewNum) {
FKeyPad.ReadOut.value  = Num;
FlagNewNum = false;
   }
else {
if (FKeyPad.ReadOut.value == "0")
FKeyPad.ReadOut.value = Num;
else
FKeyPad.ReadOut.value += Num;
   }
}
function Operation (Op) {
var Readout = FKeyPad.ReadOut.value;
if (FlagNewNum && PendingOp != "=");
else
{
FlagNewNum = true;
if ( '+' == PendingOp )
Accumulate += parseFloat(Readout);
else if ( '-' == PendingOp )
Accumulate -= parseFloat(Readout);
else if ( '/' == PendingOp )
Accumulate /= parseFloat(Readout);
else if ( '*' == PendingOp )
Accumulate *= parseFloat(Readout);
else
Accumulate = parseFloat(Readout);
FKeyPad.ReadOut.value = Accumulate;
PendingOp = Op;
   }
}
function Decimal () {
var curReadOut = FKeyPad.ReadOut.value;
if (FlagNewNum) {
curReadOut = "0.";
FlagNewNum = false;
   }
else
{
if (curReadOut.indexOf(".") == -1)
curReadOut += ".";
   }
FKeyPad.ReadOut.value = curReadOut;
}
function ClearEntry () {
FKeyPad.ReadOut.value = "0";
FlagNewNum = true;
}
function Clear () {
Accumulate = 0;
PendingOp = "";
ClearEntry();
}
function Neg () {
FKeyPad.ReadOut.value = parseFloat(FKeyPad.ReadOut.value) * -1;
}
function Percent () {
FKeyPad.ReadOut.value = (parseFloat(FKeyPad.ReadOut.value) / 100) * parseFloat(Accumulate);
}

</script>
Once done. Save this text file as cal.html.

Done. Now you can use this calculator even if you are not connected to internet or don't have mathematical calculator in your operating system.
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