The BCALC application was designed to be a programmer’s calculator. BCALC can display up to 64 digits in any radix, which allows you to perform 64 bit binary math operations. BCALC includes shift left/right by 1 and shift arbitiary buttons. Up to 5 digits of exponent allow you to do things like 10000 ! (factorial).
All basic math is done using BCD (binary coded decimal) arithmetic using at leaast
two more digits than displayed so results match display precision. Trig and Scientific functions are performed using double (64 bit) floating point.

## BCALC Crack + License Code & Keygen [Updated-2022]

BCALC Cracked Version is a free 16 bit integer math, binary logical, and arithmetic calculator and binary data conversion program. This is an open source program. The developer of the BCALC Free Download application is abimor.
Cracked BCALC With Keygen Features:
BCALC includes the following features:
**”Hot Keys”**
You can quickly access functions using the hotkeys. Press:
**1)** = to convert an integer to a string of BCD (binary coded decimal)
**2)** = to print the BCD result
**3)** = to print the binary result
**4)** = to convert a BCD string to an integer
**5)** = to convert a binary string to an integer
**6)** = to do a binary comparison
**7)** to replace a string with a different string
**8)** to do a BCD comparison
**9)** = to do a binary comparison
**10)** = to compare two BCD strings
**11)** to shift left or right a BCD number
**12)** to do a BCD shift left or right
**13)** to do a BCD shift left or right by 1
**14)** to shift left or right a binary number
**15)** to do a binary shift left or right by 1
**16)** to divide 2 BCD numbers
**17)** to do a BCD division
**18)** to do a binary division
**19)** to do a BCD multiplication
**20)** to do a binary multiplication
**21)** to do a BCD modulo operation
**22)** to do a binary modulo operation
**23)** to do a BCD modulo operation
**24)** to do a binary modulo operation with a decimal remainder
**25)** to do a binary remainder operation
**26)** to do a BCD modulo operation with a decimal remainder
**27)** to do a BCD division with a decimal remainder
**28)** to do a BCD division with a decimal remainder with a BCD modulo operation
**29)** to do a decimal division with a decimal remainder with a BCD modulo operation
**30)** to do a BCD modulo operation with a decimal remainder
**31)** to do a decimal modulo operation with a decimal remainder
**32)**

## BCALC Crack+ Free [32|64bit]

The purpose of the BCALC calculator is simple. Calculate. You’ll mostly be performing addition, subtraction and multiplication. Addition is usually faster than subtraction and multiplication is usually faster than addition.
Where BCALC excels is displaying numbers. We’ll place you in a mode where you can choose between a single precision and a double precision mode, allowing for accurate calculation of large numbers. Unlike other calculators we offer, we calculate with 64 bits of precision, allowing for a much higher number of total digits per calculation.
BCALC Features:
• Use up to 4 digit 10’s place (0-999) for floating point numbers (allows all decimal values through 7, 37, 77, 255)
• Single and double precision modes with 2, 8, and 64 digit accuracy (may display 5 digit numbers in some cases)
• Works in any base (2-17)
• Display signs (+ and -) and fraction bar for negative numbers (1/8 format)
• Clear all
• Histogram
• Hold for later
• Multiple windows (side-by-side, on top of each other)
• You can run the program in a windowed mode if you do not want to use the entire screen
• Set default keyboard shortcuts – such as CMD+Q for exiting
BCALC Requirements:
The program is easy enough to run on nearly any Mac with 1 GB or more RAM – although you may notice some slight delays while using BCALC with large numbers. The only thing I recommend is, when using BCALC, that you have at least 50% free RAM on your system. If you reach that threshold, the calculator will slow down dramatically.
The program is also light on your system resources – which should mean you can run it on even the slowest Mac systems with only 128 MB of RAM and no swap file.
The program seems to run about the same speed on all Mac systems, but some users have reported it running faster on Mac Pro systems. I’m not exactly sure why this is the case, but it’s likely faster because the Mac Pro has more RAM.
BCALC Installation:
These instructions are specific to OS X v10.5.8, but I can confirm they work on v10.6, and I think they’ll work on v
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## BCALC Crack+ [April-2022]

Display and calculate up to 15 digit BCD (binary coded decimal) numbers with or without fractions, exponents and sign. Just input BCD number and press ENTER.

Display and calculate exactly 14 decimal digits and 0.99999999999999999 conversion rate in binary.

If you don’t like the ‘BCD’ display. Then just go to decimal mode.

BCALC is a programmer’s calculator. It supports many operations involving numbers, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, power, and square root. BCALC also supports complex numbers. For example, 5.63 + 5.63i. If BCALC doesn’t display the results in binary, you can enter the exact binary value, for example 000.2001.1010.

BCALC is now in source code form and runs under Linux.

Change log

v0.10.10: 05/09/2013 – Minor changes
v0.10.03: 05/05/2013 – BCALC can now support complex numbers, such as i, j, c, h, k, sqrt(a), arctan(a), log(a), e^a, a^b, a^b/c and a^h/c.
v0.10.02: 03/07/2013 – Fixed the k button. Changed the XOR operation to use the AC/BC code I. There are fewer operations now. Don’t use XOR for speed. It is slower than other operation.
v0.10.01: 03/06/2013 – Added the option to display the hexadecimal (16 digits) value of a number.
v0.10.0: 03/06/2013 – Added the option to display the 10 to 16 digits of the number.
v0.09.09: 03/05/2013 – Added the option to display the 16 decimal digits of the number.
v0.09.07: 03/05/2013 – Added the option to display the exponents of the number.
v0.09.06: 03/05/2013 – Added the option to display the Fractional part of the number.
v0.09.05: 03/05/2013 – Added the option to display the remaining digits of the number.
v0.09.03: 03/05/2013 – Added the option to

## What’s New in the?

BCALC is a programmer’s calculator with integrated text to speech and a small screen RAM. Calculation results are maintained in the internal binary code machine data format. BCALC data files (BCD) can be saved and loaded between software versions.
BCALC Data File format:
BCALC uses a self contained, self contained binary data format. BCALC bytes are not separated by white space, tabs or line breaks, which is self contained, self contained, self contained. All of BCALC “digit” data values are stored as bit strings. The bit string is stored in a fixed length byte format where the byte is aligned to the bits. Data values are stored across multiple bytes in a single line. Data values are ordered starting at the leftmost byte with the least significant byte closest to the left, then the most significant byte closest to the left. For example, in ASCII “10” = 1001111, but in binary this is 10011111 = 89 = 01011111. The least significant two (2) bits of the three (3) byte value are the three (3) least significant bits of the string. Bits three (3) through nine (9) of the byte is the most significant two (2) bytes of the three (3) byte value, and so on. For example, in ASCII “0111” = 31, but in binary this is 0111 = 33.
The short form:
The short form of BCALC BCD data is: 1011111 + 0100111 + 0000001 = 1110111 = 33
The long form:
The long form of BCALC BCD data is: 010111110010000001 + 010011001010000000 = 11101111 = 33
Byte format example:
Each byte is stored as a signed 2’s complement number where the bits are aligned to the most significant bit (MSB) to least significant bit (LSB) or in the case of the most significant two (2) bytes (MSB3 and MSB2) stored in a different order than the long form described above. In the short form byte, MSB3 is stored as the first bit, MSB2 as the 2nd bit, and MSB1 as the 3rd bit.
Variable length formats:
All variable length data is stored in two byte lengths where:
Length Type Endianness Dword Start Left Right MSB3 MSB2 MSB1 Byte format
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## System Requirements:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Microsoft DirectX 11 graphics card with 1GB RAM and Shader Model 5.1
Storage: 4 GB available space