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Converber v0.4.0

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If you are interested in the updated unit converter, check out the following link or download, unzip and run the zip file posted below:

http://www.xyntec.com/converber.html

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I have really enjoyed developing this program thanks to AutoIt's easy scripting language and the help from those in these forums.

Suggestions, new features, and any other feedback is welcome and encouraged.

Edit: Added Attachment

Second Edit: v0.4.1 Update

Third Edit: Removed Attachment (Please visit webpage above for the latest version)

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Guest Guidosoft

Cool. Very usefull, cause nobody seems to want to do any math. :lmao:

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Guest Guidosoft

eh. I am just being nice. I really think it sux. JUst kidding lol. hahahahaha.

No really. I like it. VERY nice. Nice GUI too. I don't even know how to make a menu lol.

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Very Very Nice! :lmao:

I was trying the editor function, and added a conversion for 1 trids = 1000000 Megatrids, and got the following error ( see attachment) ..

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I was trying the editor function, and added a conversion for 1 trids = 1000000 Megatrids, and got the following error ( see attachment) ..

Thank you for bug report! However, I did not see this in time and did not fix it in v0.4.1 above :lmao:

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If you are interested in the updated unit converter, check out the following link or download, unzip and run the zip file posted below:

http://www.xyntec.com/converber.htm

Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image

I have really enjoyed developing this program thanks to AutoIt's easy scripting language and the help from those in these forums.

Suggestions, new features, and any other feedback is welcome and encouraged. Posted Image

Edit: Added Attachment

Second Edit: v0.4.1 Update

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Hello NewKreation :) wow a very great tool :lmao:

gos job dudu o:)

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Hello NewKreation :huh2: wow a very great tool  :)

gos job dudu :)

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Big deal. I could make that if I wanted too. :whistle:o:)

:):P:lmao:

Edit: Note to valik. This was a sarcastic joke so do not even start. I think it is a cool tool he made. If your made cause I put this here, then lets both forget about it and not post about it. Thankyou :P

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Google has a pretty nice conversion engine going on as well. You could snag those...I was writing it up but then realized i have to go to bed :lmao:

#include <Array.au3>


$googleCalc = ""
InetGet("http://www.google.com/search?&q=answer to life the universe and everything divided by the speed of light",@TempDir & "\googlecalc.html",1)
_FileReadToArray(@TempDir & "\googlecalc.html",$googleCalc)
_ArrayToClip($googleCalc)
$googleCalc = ClipGet()

first string pattern I found in the page:

<img src=/images/calc_img.gif></td><td>&nbsp;</td><td nowrap><font size=+1><b>

only a few conversion they do are: (there's no published list)

10 in binary

10 in hex

10 in octal

1234 rods in fathoms

1234 in roman numerals

11010101 in hexadecimal

1234 ounces in cups

speed of light in miles per hour

speed of light in nanometers per second

radius of earth in centimeters

the boltzmann constant * 1 fathom

35 degrees celsius in fahrenheit

1234 bushels in liters

answer to life the universe and everything divided by the speed of light

1234 joules in calories

1234 postscript points per inch

fortnight in days

a bakers dozen in binary

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Very nice prog, and an extensive conversion list.

One useful addition would be the ability to type in units rather than having to select them from the drop-down lists (which you could do as well of course).

Example:

Type into text box 1:

70 kg

Type into text box 2:

lb

Outcome:

Replaces the text in text box 2 to become:

154.3234

The reason for my suggestion is it's usually far quicker to type in 'kg' or 'lb' than to have to stop and select it from a long list.

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