CalcIt v10.4
"Make it... Simple, Free, Effective"

Last update: 5/10/2008

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  1. calcit.exe. Main Application.
  2. calcit.chm. Help file. It is accessed through F1.
  3. calcit.cdt. CalcIt data file. Here all user data are stored. Various functions, Classes and other example source code is provided.
  4. calclib.dll. DLL file that CalcIt generated executables need to run.
  5. calculator.exe. Pre-created CalcIt executable that implements a very convenient and powerful calculator. This Applications is found also in source at the provided calcit.cdt file.
  6. Various text files used by some example code or Applications in the provided calcit.cdt file.

NOTE: To help CalcIt executables to run the main CalcIt application (calcit.exe) records at the registry the place of the needed DLL (calclib.dll). But this is optional for the operation of CalcIt executables.




To convert old calcit.dat file (versions 9.xx and below) to the new format of calcit.cdt.

Unzip the file and put convcf.exe to the same directory as the calcit.dat you have to convert. Execute the program and press the button "convert". The new calcit.cdt file will be created in the same directory.




This utility can be used to search for Automation objects in your system and extract ready-made CalcIt commands to access them as well to import all the constants may contain in their type library.


272KB (New version 7/6/2007)

This utility can be used to update a calcit.cdt file with content imported by another .cdt file. Put the utility in the same directory as the calcit.cdt file you wish to update and execute the utility. The file will be loaded in memory. Then press "Load" button and select a .cdt file to extract content from it. The utility displays a check list box where  all functions (UDF), Classes and Applications that exist under the same name in the first file but have differences with the second, will appear  in red. Also in blue will appear all items of the second not existed in the first. Check all the entries of the list that you wish to be added or update the first file and press "Apply". The first file is now updated  only in memory. Press "Save" to update the first file on disc.

NOTE: Please make a backup of the first file before the update.