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JavaSheet! brings interactive Excel spreadsheets to the web, and saves developers from the tortures of complex javascript calculators.

The script is compatible with all major web browsers. It is also easy to install, use and customize.



Frink is a practical calculating tool and programming language designed to help us all to better understand the world around us, to help us get calculations right without getting bogged down in the mechanics, and to make a tool that's really...



Jac is a simple calculator that can be run in the console or with a GUI. Skins based on the OYOAHA framework may be applied to the GUI. The GUI also displays past operations and it can save sessions to a file. All operations are performed using...



The calculator functionality can easily be added to a text field with appropriate default settings.
You can also remove the calculator widget if it is no longer required.

The defaults are:

* Decimal numbers and basic...



NumberCruncher is a small program that allows you to type one-line statements in a mathematically-oriented miniature scripting language. You can do things like create variables, series, and functions to assist you with evaluating complicated...



JUnitConv is an universal Units of Measure Converter built as a Java Applet, it supports an unlimited number of Units Categories, Units of Measure and Multiplier Prefixes that could be customized using external text files. The default...



A loan and savings calculator with the ability to create schedules and make adjustments to them.



Over-weight? Concerned about your health? Check your body mass index (BMI) from the comfort of your own computer chair! the easiest way to determine whether you're too fat is to figure out your body mass index, or BMI. The higher your BMI, the...