Compound Interest Calculator is a console calculator program written in C. It accepts both commandline arguments and also will prompt interactively.
Release Notes: Addition of help function checking on the commandline.
Release Notes: Initial release.
It's not six thousand...
... but sixty thousand. Yes, I would guess there is cheating involved.
Both links are the sane URL. I chose to go to the homepage before downloading the software to see what features it has. Maybe that is the same answer of the other six thousand and something odd people.
Could somebody explain to my why the homepage has got about 70000 clicks, when the program is not particularily interesting for the masses, and it only has about 150 click on the downloads link? Is somebody cheating with the system to get the program higher up on the list?
/* Steinar */
30 Jan 2001 06:29
A Fluent OpenStack client API for Java.
A TWiki appliance that is easy to use and lightweight.