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the current version of 4allCalc shows a wrong result, you will get the registration
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In 4.12 OS/2 (May 2007 / Sept 2009), a minor bug with percent functionality has been
Bugs in 4allCalc, fixed in 4.10
40.04: Hecadecimal numbers with last digit "e" did not compile correctly because
4allCalc did not correctly distinguish between the hex
digit "e" and the exponent character "e".
Bugs in 4allCalc 4.0, fixed in 4.01
40.01: If you restore formulas with the F key and the dropdown listbox and in these
formulas variable values are set, the variable values do not appear in the
variable entryfield, instead they rest behind the semicolon at the end of the main
40.02: negative values are corrupted in the output field if one of the three output
formats with min'sec are selected
40.03: (Windows version only) if the clipboard is empty when starting 4allCalc,
using the Z value (clipboard) does not work because 4allCalc always deletes the
The installation program of pmCalc 3.2 for Windows was defective.
User settings were sometimes not properly restored, so pmCalc started in the background
or other settings were modified. Both bugs are fixed in 4allCalc 4.0.
pmCalc 3.2 fixes a serious bug in the OS/2 version pmCalc
3.1 and former versions: if the variable Z is used or the button >Z was pressed,
sometimes an arbitrary character was added to the content of the clipboard. If
this character is a digit, the result gets wrong without warning.
In version 3.0, there were yet only found some smaller bugs. They are fixed in 3.1.
Regression with polynom functions can force an error window "You have found a formula
which makes serious trouble to pmCalc..." if the result is imaginary, e.g.
x*x + 5*x + 2
Programmers window: A divison with integer variables shows "overflow" in the programmers
window if the result is trunctated (e.g. 5/3). That's not an overflow.
Programmers window: If you enter a digit like 1.23, also "overflow" occurs in the
If you set the output format to "hexadecimal" and start typing very large
numbers in the input field, the "you have found a formula..." window occurs.
Then there was found a bug (found Dec-97) which is existing since the first pmCalc
version (1995) and is fixed in pmCalc 3.1:
pmCalc calculates sin(7)^(2+sin(5)^2) in this case. Only
small modifications and the bug disappears.