Dycalc is a powerful scientific calculator with a history of calculations and the ability to create custom components based on the core of the Dysolve mathematical solver. According to numerous requests of users of Dysolve, the built-in calculator from there was taken out in a separate application — that’s why there was Dycalc.
Compared to the original version, the button bar has been redesigned to become more compact and at the same time more functional.
Scientific calculator allows you to calculate mathematical expressions of any complexity, they are displayed in formatted form along with the result, while you enter new characters.
You can create your own constants and functions, and then use them in calculations. There are also system (predefined) constants.
You can save the entire session in a text document so that you can play it again later. Sessional paper compatible with the application Dysolve.
User-friendly interface “everything at hand”. Drag your finger down on the calculator panel to open the calculation history, to the right — the window to create a component, to the left — the window to save/load the document, to the top — the application settings.
Now there are two high quality themes — light and dark.
Main features of the application:
- You can create a settlement document of any complexity, without restrictions.
- Formulas are displayed on the sheet in formatted form. The document can be used as a beautifully designed report.
- You can save the document locally. Most likely in the future you will be able to open the document in Dysolve, then to save it on the server, or send it to other users.
- 64-bit floating point numbers are used for calculations.
- Two high quality themes — Arctic (light) and Gothic (dark).
Scientific calculator allows you:
- To calculate mathematical expressions of any complexity using a rich set of standard and special mathematical functions.
- Create Variables – with a constant value or dependent on other variables.
- Create Functions-with an unlimited number of arguments.
- Create piecewise continuous functions (the function has several definitions at different intervals).
- Add comments to make the document more informative.