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26 June 2010 v1.2 has been released fixing a number of minor bugs and improving the keyboard interface
The Fairwood Calculator is a small application simulating a hand calculator on a computer.
The calculator is written by Stubbe F. Hviid.
The calculator is specifically designed not to be bloat ware.
This means that the calculator will do normal simple calculation very fast and efficiently with an optional keyboard driven interface form almost all operations. The calculator is also designed to load almost instantaneous on a modern computer.
But the if you are looking for a grand unified mathematical tool that can do graph plotting and equation solving then look elsewhere
The calculator is designed to use the Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) as input method (familiar to people used to the HP series of hand calculators)