Dec 122017

Some good date and financial forumlas. | |||
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File Name | File Size | Zip Size | Zip Type |

FORMULAS.PRN | 8943 | 3112 | deflated |

FORMULAS.TXT | 8926 | 3101 | deflated |

READ.ME | 1924 | 810 | deflated |

# Download File FORMULAS.ZIP Here

## Contents of the READ.ME file

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F O R M U L A S

Here are a few interesting formulas which I have gleaned from

some 20 years in computers. Some of these will be familiar to

you, some may not.

All of these formulas work properly. The calendar functions

have been tested for all dates from 1/1/1 through 12/31/5000.

Even though these dates are meaningless, you cam depend on the

formulas for precision on real dates.

If you are interested in other constants, or constants to much

greater precision, you might want to try my BIGCALC program

which emulates a Hewlett-Packard calculator on screen. BIGCALC

has a four register stack and 10 memory registers. You can

specify the precision from 3 to 1000 digits. The constants pi

and e are provided to full precision. BIGCALC was used to

derive the following constants. BIGCALC is available on the

IBM Software and Microsoft Systems Forums on Compuserve. The

file is named BCALxx.ARC where xx is the revision number.

The file FORMULAS.TXT is in ASCII form. The file FORMULAS.PRN

is in form suitable for IBM compatible printers and uses the

extended character set for pi, powers, etc. Looks better.

I would be happy to recieve comments on this stuff, especially

any new formulas or algorithms! Enjoy.

Judson D. McClendon

Sun Valley Systems

844 Sun Valley Road

Birmingham, AL 35215

205-853-8440

Compuserve [74415,1003]

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December 12, 2017
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