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Abakus project is a simple calculator for KDE, based on a concept of Roberto Alsina's
Abakus project is a simple calculator for KDE, based on a concept of Roberto Alsina's. Think of it as bc (the command-line calculator) with a nice GUI.
Here are some key features of "abakus":
Roberto Alsina's UseCalc PyQt-based calculator.
Zack Rusin's Ruby-based calculator.
Ariya Hiyadat's SpeedCrunch, a pure Qt/C++ solution, which is closest in functionality to abakus. It doesn't use yacc or lex, making it a good choice if abakus can't build for your system for whatever reason.
What's New in This Release:
Abakus supports the "," decimal separator correctly (both input and output).
Show the most significant digits when an answer must be cut off due to space restrictions.
Other minor stuff.
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