FOR THE PALM HANDHELD COMPUTER
2001-12-23 by Thomas Íllinger
||With the program SC-102P you get a powerful and freely available scientific
calculator for the Palm platform. Apart from scientific functions it also
offers a full set of logical operations and conversions between different
numeric systems (HEX, DEC, OCT, BIN). Therefore, it is especially useful
for computer engineers and programmers.
The program is designed in a way, that it simulates the visual and
operational aspects of a true calculator, such that the user will be
immediately familiar with its interface.
The calculator program automatically adapts to single and multi
Available in three different languages: English, German and Esperanto.
- Palm Operating System version 2.0 or higher.
- MathLib: This is a free shared library that can be used by
any OS 2.0+ Palm program that needs IEEE 754 double precision math
functions. It's distributed under the terms of the
GNU Library General Public License, and is freely available with full
source code and documentation at
It's not a part of the SC-102P program; a copy is simply included in
the archive for your convenience.
The archive SC-102P.zip (273k)
contains the program (Version 1.92) and full documentation.
Read full Instruction Manual
This program was developed on an Amiga A4000 computer
using Palm SDK version 3.5, PRC tools version 2.0,
gcc version 2.95.2-kgpd and pilrc-2.5.c.
The program was written in mCWEB a literate programming
system which acts as preprocessor to C and TeX.
mCWEB is freely available on Aminet at
The program was testet on Palm emulator, PalmPilot Professional,
Palm III, Palm IIIx, Palm V, Palm m105, Palm IIIc and Palm m505.
|V1.92, 2001-12-23||Fixed a bug
concerning operation. Negative radius
of polar coordinate now results in an error conition.|
|V1.91, 2001-11-28||Fixed a bug concerning and conversions.|
|V1.9, 2001-11-16||Fixed a bug concerning calculations with PI.|
|V1.8, 2001-09-21||First official release.|
You can contact the author under the following email address:
Thomas Íllinger, firstname.lastname@example.org