Electric Calculator
  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillar
    Posts: 37 from 2018/10/18
    Hello friends,
    Yesterday I was looking for a program that reduces the calculation of electrical values.
    Unfortunately, I did not find anything. So I sat down and wrote such a program myself. Right now it's still a console program but I'll be missing a MUI GUI in the afternoon during the afternoon.
    At present, the program can calculate resistances, watts, low-pass frequencies, and so on.
    Can someone else use that?
    If so, I would upload it to my FTP server or make it available to Morph Storage.
  • »27.10.18 - 09:58
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    Kronos
    Posts: 1816 from 2003/2/24
    Morph Storage + Aminet would be the way to go.

    Also you might want to proofread your posting, cos: "I'll be missing a MUI GUI in the afternoon during the afternoon." might trigger the NSA into thinking you are talking in some secret code ;)
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  • »27.10.18 - 10:18
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  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillar
    Posts: 37 from 2018/10/18
    Yeah Sorry :)

    Do u think an MUI GUI Interface is needed ?Have the feeling as if most users have a dislike of a console interface ?
  • »27.10.18 - 12:53
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    Kronos
    Posts: 1816 from 2003/2/24
    A (MUI)GUI is always nice to have, but sofar I'm not even 100% what your program does and how the console interface works.

    If all is passed as parameters at start (read non interactive) one might get away by just using R.
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  • »27.10.18 - 13:23
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  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillar
    Posts: 37 from 2018/10/18
    No you can pass it as command parameter but you can also put the parameters in an input prompt like this if you want the Wattage of
    25.5 Volt and 12.5 Ampere to Watt
    You type 25.5 V 12.5 A W and you get the Result of 318.750 Watt.

    But the most interessting feature is the Lowpass Calculating etc
  • »27.10.18 - 13:54
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