Friday, June 24th, 2005

JSCalc: When you really want to do math in the browser

Category: Showcase

<>p>Today’s Friday item is the JSCalc: the JavaScript calculator bookmarklet.

With this bookmarklet you will never have the feeling of:

Man, I need to do a quick calculation, but I don’t want to open Calc!

JSCalc

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Google Calculator is just as handy a more ubiquitous.

Comment by Chris Griego — June 26, 2005

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