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Old 04-02-2018, 17:55
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calc.exe, in Windows.
CalcPlus v.1.0 (RUS) / 2004 is an extended (by Microsoft) version of this calculator. Added values conversion option. (Only russian version available..)


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Old Microsoft CALC.EXE from Win 3.11 contains an "easter egg" - calculate 3.11-3.1 and see result)).
(It's WIN16 NE-EXE, then doesn't works on 64-bit new OS's, only on 32-bit new Windows).
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RSC 1.3 / 1991 & RSC 3.0 / 1993 - it's the best DOS programmers/scientifics resident calculator. More powerful than standard CALC.EXE from Windows.

I'm using (more often) simple DOS resident HEX/DEC calculator CALC.COM (remaked 2005) . But it's for amateurs..


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The hackman calculator [...]
Good functions, but It is sorry that on vbаsiс..
However thanks, - added into collection.



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Old 04-13-2018, 17:20
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@chessgod101 (and anyone else), if you like console calculator, you might like speedcrunch--basically the same, but open source
I also use speedcrunch. You can easily switch between using binary/decimal/hexadecimal for output (no restriction on input) and the best thing is it shows the result while you're still typing. It also has a bit level view which also updates on-the-fly.
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Old 04-15-2018, 08:55
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Here is a little and very useful 32-bit calculator
32-bit ASM Calculator 1.6 (c)PCL

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And here is a specific calculator for calculate offsets in 32-bit PE-EXE file:
File Location Calculator (c)PCL

His little-modified version 1.4.0.4(+) is attached to this message (See attachement).
Added option - displays "<TaiL>" string after section name if (given address > FileOffset+VirtualSize) for this section.

Example of PE-sections table in 32-bit PE-EXE with tails in sections:



See ".text" section for example:
VirtSize =00028874h
PhisSize=00028A00h
Then:
<Tail>Size= PhisSize-VirtSize=018Ch


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For "Triming tails" of all sections in PE-section table of file
use HIEW32 HEM-Plugin PE_TAILS.HEM.



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Old 04-23-2018, 02:02
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Strong recommendation: IPython

Just type iPython in your iTerm or WSL or Konsole and use hex(), lol
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Sometimes can be useful AnalogX PCalc.
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