on 08/03/02 20:11, Sushi at Sushi_at_ragingbull.com wrote:
>> On 3/8/02 @ 15:37, Steven Frank wrote:
>> Is there a Newton application (or perhaps a "plug-in"
>> for Formulas?) that does
>> hexadecimal / decimal / binary / ASCII conversions?
> Calx has a nice Hex / Octal / Binary calculator.
> It converts between Binary, Octal, Hex, Dozenal and Interger.
> It does math (+,-,x,/) in each of these formats.
> Plus it has ROL, ROR, ASL, ASR, plus many other functions.
> Also includes logical functions such as AND, OR, XOR and NOT.
> All very handy.
> Sorry, but no ASCII conversion.
Do you think you could upload a copy on UNNA? It's not there yet and a
search with Google across the entire Internet doesn't give any result.
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