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Does anybody know of such a tool. With all the the bitwise functions, including ROR, ROL ? Microsoft Calculator doesn't have the latter set.

All the calculators I find on Google do not have them.
Post 13 Jan 2012, 01:57
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The default calculator on Ubuntu xD
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Thanks you Yardman Smile

I added it to my set of tools

I;m now happy !
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Post 13 Jan 2012, 04:16
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The last one looks nice. I't about 10KB less too.
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Why are the Yardman's messages empty??
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Hey, if you want I could add those functions to my calculator (http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=14015).
Could be specific as to exactly how they should be implemented? (my calculator uses 255-bit integers)
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uuhm. Sure, the whole set. from addition to whatever.

Also, can you implement X/MMn registers please ? Very Happy
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hmm...
Not sure what you mean by xmmN registers; you can call a variable whatever you want via a statement as
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var = value    

Do mean an emulator of the SSE instruction set for debugging/testing purposes?
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Windows 7 default calculator includes rotates, shifts and boolean operations (Alt+3, "programmer"). What I hate about it most is that I have to constantly switch between "scientific" and "programmer". In XP I had just one view (scientific) and the numbers didn't get lost between hex and dec. http://grok.lsu.edu/Image.aspx?imageId=10952
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Already found one guys, way back.

Also, Windows Calc has no SHR and all the bit manipulation functions.
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typedef wrote:
Already found one guys, way back.

Also, Windows Calc has no SHR and all the bit manipulation functions.



Mind sharing with us which one, and where?

Thanks !
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kalambong wrote:
typedef wrote:
Already found one guys, way back.

Also, Windows Calc has no SHR and all the bit manipulation functions.



Mind sharing with us which one, and where?

Thanks !


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Post 04 May 2012, 22:07
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calc -> new
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Thx !!
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