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iPhone app for software engineers

13 April 2011

Embedded firmware engineer, Andy Dean has launched an iPhone app called Calcuccino - a calculator written specifically for software engineers. Rather than clutter the screen with lots of small buttons, Andy has used the iPhone's swipes and menus so that only the most commonly used functions are visible at all times; this means the buttons can be large and easy to tap. Swipe the display to change number base, swipe the favourites buttons to reveal more, swipe the keypad to reveal the ASCII table.

Available from Cambridge Coders, Calcuccino has the following features:

- Signed and unsigned integer arithmetic
- 2 to 64 bit word size
- Interactive ASCII symbol table
- Bit shifts and rotates, boolean logic, IEEE-754 support
- 15 favourite function buttons / memories
- History
- All the usual scientific and trigonometric operators

Check out the video

Calcuccino comes as a fully featured version at only £1.79, or a free lite version with a few restrictions.

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