KeyCalc updated to version 1.2
August 12, 2015 by firstname.lastname@example.org
The latest version of the KeyCalc calculator is available from
This is a maintenance release, to bring the source code into line with
some library changes. There are no functional changes.
KeyCalc is a free and open-source scientific calculator, supporting
* the usual trigonometric, etc., functions
* your choice of algebraic or Reverse Polish notation (RPN)
* your choice of real or complex arithmetic
* binary, octal, decimal, or hexadecimal
* ten memory cells, of which four are visible on the screen
* the first few elements of the calculation stack are visible
* fonts and colours may be changed by the usual operation of dropping
them from a palette.
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