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readme.txt 2014-01-24 11.0 kB 11 weekly downloads
ABOUT EXECUTION OF APPLICATION Advanced Trigonometry Calculator Copyright (C) 2011-2014 - Renato Alexandre Santos Freitas This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; Donate: https://sourceforge.net/p/advantrigoncalc/donate/?source=navbar Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/advantrigoncalc This application works correctly in Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8. This application is available in two versions due to the two languages supported, Portuguese and English, these versions are in the folder of installation files or in the portable version "Advanced Trigonometry Calculator.zip". If you downloaded the portable version, note that you must unpack firstly "Advanced Trigonometry Calculator.zip" to a folder and secondly execute one of the versions of application. ATTENTION: It's recommended that you don't install the application on a path in that is necessary to take actions like administrator and that you don't move the files of portable version on a path in that is necessary to take actions like administrator. But if you execute the executable file like administrator you won't have any problem! This happens, because the application needs to edit files of text! For example "history.txt". You can delete this file when you want because it will be created if it doesn't exist by the application. Enabled trigonometry functions: cos(x), acos(y), sin(x), asin(y), tan(x), atan(y), sec(x), asec(y), cosec(x), acosec(y), cotan(x), acotan(y) Enabled logarithmic functions: log(z), ln(z), logb b(z) Enabled arithmetic functions: rest, quotient, rtD D(r), sqrt(r), cbrt(r), afact(r) and operators "+,-,*,/,^,!" Enabled hyperbolic functions: cosh(m), acosh(n), sinh(m), asinh(n), tanh(m), atanh(n), sech(m), asech(n), cosech(m), acosech(n), cotanh(m), acotanh(n) Enabled digital signal processing function: sinc(w) Enabled statistics functions: gerror(s), gerrorinv(t), gerrorc(s), gerrorcinv(t), qfunc(s), qfuncinv(t) Notes: 1. 'a' represents arc, 'h' represents hyperbolic, unities of 'x' is degrees or radians or gradians, 'y' is a ratio, 'z' is a value, 'm' and 'n' are hyperbolic variables, 'w' is cardinal sine variable, 's' and 't' are statistics variables ("gerror(s)" is the function gauss error), 'r' is arithmetic variable. 2. You can use amplitude in the form 5.123*10^-1, for example. 3. Calculations mode: - If you in beginning of an enabled function (Useful when you want to solve functions with different calculation modes at the same expression) a) put rad the application will know that the calculations mode of this function is radians (example: radsin(pi/6)). b) put deg the application will know that the calculations mode of this function is degrees (example: degcos(60)). c) put gon the application will know that the calculations mode of this function is gradians (example: gontan(30)). - All functions are in degrees by default until you configure the mode of calculations for the first time. 4. (5.123x10^-16)*sin(34+67)=5.02888x10^-16 is correctly processed. 5. Scientific notation can be wrote in many ways, like 5.123x10^-6 or 5.123*10^-6 or 5.123E-6. 6. In the argument can be processed arithmetic calculations like sin(30)(=)sin(10+20)(=)sin(100/10+400/20)(=)radsin(pi/18+pi/9) 7. You can use scientific notation in the argument in the forms, for example (15E12)*sin(3E1)=7.5E12 8. The application process correctly calculations of amplitude and argument. For example (5E1+10E1)*sin(1.5E1+3E1)=106.066 9. The application process correctly operations with functions and constants values mixed. For example (3E2)*radsin(pi/6)*degcosec(30)=300, (3E2) is the constant, (pi/6) is a angle in radians and (30) is a angle in degrees. 10. To make easy entering parentheses. You can choose '(' with ')' or '[' with ']' or '{' with '}'. 11. You need parentheses to make complex calculations. 12. Writing square root: Example square root of 2, enter "2^(1/2)". 13. To use exponents you need to enter '^'. 14. Exponents are enabled for "pi" (ratio of perimeter with diameter (2*pi*r/2*r)) and "e" (Napier's constant). 15. The Calculation of exponents is enabled, for example "8^(1/3)=2" 16. You can solve complex expressions like "degasin((sen(30))^2+(cos(30))^2)" so this "=90" (degrees). 17. The design is made to seem more like a "trigonometry command prompt". 18. You maybe need to clean the environment of calculations by entering "clean" or in Portuguese "limpar", and use the previous answer by entering "ans" or in Portuguese "res", and also close the application by entering "exit" or in Portuguese "sair". 19. You can use "ans" or in Portuguese "res" in the exponents. 20. You can see information about application when entering "about" or in Portuguese "sobre". 21. If you want to make an arithmetic operation with the previous answer and a expression, use "+,-,*,/,^" before to enter it. 22. The file with the history of the application is in the folder containing the application, the file name is "history.txt". 23. The function "cleanhistory" or in Portuguese "limparhistorico" clears the history of the application, the file "history.txt". 24. When you are in the environment-resolution calculations you can drag-and-drop a text file (".txt"), that you have saved and closed to the environment-resolution calculations. Then if you click in the window of the environment-resolution calculations and press the button "Enter" the application will process the file, it gives the solution for each expression. The application reads the file that is dragged and dropped to the environment-resolution calculations and creates a new file with the answers, ending "_answers". Note that the application separates the processing of expressions by looking for paragraphs. This feature allows a resolution of expressions very fast and very practical. 25. You can make configuration of text colors and background colors entering "colors" or in Portuguese "cores". 26. You can make configuration of dimensions (number of lines and number of columns) of environment-resolution calculations's window entering "dimensions" or in Portuguese "dimensoes". 27. You can make configuration of window (position (X-axis, Y-axis, width and height) entering "window" or in Portuguese "janela". 28. You can erase your configurations of colors, dimensions and window. You just need to close the application and delete "colors.txt", "dimensions.txt" and "window.txt" of the folder that contains the executable of application in use. 29. You can use all functions in Portuguese form or in English form in both versions of the application (Portuguese version and English version). 30. You can choose how many decimal places you want, to this, take a example, "dp10dpcos(30)". Do you see the "10"? So, if you wrote "dp10dp" in the begining of a expression the answer is given with ten (10) decimal places. 31. You can choose the calculations mode (radian/degree/gradian) by enter "mode" or in Portuguese "modo". 31. When entering negative values use the symbol "_". 32. To use "rest" and "quotient" functions enter "dividendfunctionname(divider)", exampling: "100rest(3)" or "100quotient(7)". 33. "logb b(x)" is a advanced logarithmic function because using it you can specify a base, example "logb3b(27)" that "=3". 34. This application has a high capacity of verification of entered data. 35. You can create variables in this form: "variablename=expression", example: "fg=45". 36. You can see the created variables entering "seevariables", or in Portuguese "vervariaveis", eliminate all variables entering "eliminatevariables", or in Portuguese "eliminarvariaveis and see the variables that need renamings entering "renamedvariables", or in Portuguese "variaveisrenomeadas". 37. Avoid that the first letter of the variable is one of "a,s,c,t,g,l,d,q,r,O,H", and don't use in any way in the variables the following letters "e,i,A,B,C,D,E,F". 38. You can enable numerical systems response by entering "numericalsystems" or in Portuguese "sistemasnumericos". 39. You can use different numerical systems when entering data, just give a letter "B,O,H" exampling: "B1010","O34","HAB". B-Binary, O-Octal, H-Hexadecimal. 40. You can use the arrow keys "up" and "down" of keyboard to reuse expressions that you have entered, you can edit them, and so get the wanted answer in a rapid and simple form. 41. "rtD D(r)" is a advanced arithmetic function because using it you can specify the degree of root, example "rtD3D(8)" that "=2". 42. "afact(r)" is an inverse function for factorial operator "!". 43. You can enable SI prefixes response by entering "siprefixes" or in Portuguese "prefixossi". 44. You can press "space" key in the environment-resolution calculations, example "cos (30)", "si prefixes", "2 + 2 + 5", isn't problem. 45. You can enable actual time response by entering "actualtimeresponse" or in Portuguese "respostahorasatuais". 46. You can check actual time by entering "time" or in Portuguese "horas". 47. You can see the current year calendar by entering "calendar" or you can specify the year that you want, so "calendar(put_year)", example "calendar(2014)". 48. You can enter numerical systems values in scientific notation form, for example "B1xB10^B1000". 49. You can get numerical systems responses in scientific notation form. 50. You can use previous results easily, to each result is provided a name and you can use that name to easily enter other related expressions. Two commands to this functionality: "eliminate results" eliminates available calculated results and "see results" allows see in a list the results with their names. 51. You can use values in SI prefixes form, entering "2Pp" you are entering the value of "2p" (p-> pico). The character 'P' says to the application that you are entering a value in SI prefix form. 52. You can enter multiple expressions by pressing “Enter” button just a time. For it you need separate your expressions using "," (comma). cos(x) -> cosine of 'x' degrees or radians or gradians. acos(y) -> arc cosine of 'y' ratio. cosh(m) -> hyperbolic cosine of 'm' value. acosh(n) -> arc hyperbolic cosine of 'n' ratio. sinc(w) -> cardinal sine of 'w'. log(z) -> logarithm of 'z'. ________________________________________________________ Stay ok and enjoying this free application! Note: No copyright infringement, this is an open source software application! Application created by Renato Alexandre Santos Freitas. If you want to learn more about application or want give your feedback please send a e-mail message, written in English or Portuguese, to my e-mail. My e-mail: renato_freitas91@hotmail.com
Source: readme.txt, updated 2014-01-24