What can be said, its a scientific calculator. It uses GTK2.
It works. I use it. Sorry I can't get excited over a calculator, but if xcalc doesn't meet your needs, then try this. I'm happy with it. I'm just writting this so its known that this program works. And that someone uses it :-)
Stuck between my heart and my brain
I'm 19, and know a nibble of 8086 asm, C and C++. I personally hate VB, but I can only think that this is a good idea. IMHO the best tactic for linux is to inundate windows/dos with linux programs and vice-versa. If windows is full of Linux apps, then when the win-lamer decides to change it will be as painless as possible... The biggest reason I use linux is because I learnt C/C++ under DJGPP, and ASM under NASM. If it werent for programs like these, I'd probably still think *NIX is the spawn of Satan, but swiching to an OS that I already know some of the more esoteric programs is making it very cool. I've helped three of my mates install linux and these little things such as these that make it *so* much less painful. I've even conned them out of using X to log-in, and my familiarity with gcc is helping them to D/L source instead of binaries. Every little bit helps. Hopefully soon I'll figure out how to use Wine :-)
VB is evil but I feel a linux port will only help. If you build it they will come.......