Aricalc is a simple calculator for working with imperial values - dimensions given in feet, inches and fractions of inch. It can do all the standard math functions with those kind of values, as well as with square or cubic values (for area or volume dimensions). It can also calculate all the parameters of a slope (pitch, run, rise and diagonal). It is particularly useful for working in the construction industry.
DocumentationUser tutorial available in HTML format from http://www.total.net/~harrych/aricalc/aricalchelp.htm
released on 28 January 2002
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