This Web page displays collection of "calculators" designed and programmed by my computing students
Calculators are unique projects for object-oriented programming (OOP), which combine in
a simple piece the artistic and the programming skills of their creators. I am giving
calculators for mini projects of various OOP assignments for many years. Some students
produce real masterpieces for these projects (especially from the artistic, although not
so much from the programming, point of view). In order to show my appreciation for their effort,
and also to allow their work to inspire others, via this Web page I am presenting the most
interesting out of these students' projects.
- In order to run any of these calculators simply click on the underlined name with .HTM extention!
- For further instructions see the end of this Web page.
- Click the button BACK (from the browser) to return to
this, or the previous, Web page.
The last update of this Web page was on: 7 July 2002.
Java Applet calculators:
A Roman calculator
Roman.htm - executable code for ROMAN calculator, 1992 (in HTML + Java).
Roman.zip - compressed source code for ROMAN calculator, 1992 (in zip format).
A Caesar calculator
Caesar.htm - executable code for a Caesar calculator, 1992 (in HTML + Java).
Caesar.zip - compressed source code for a Caesar calculator, 1992 (in zip format).
Calc.htm - executable code for a calculator, 1991 (in HTML + Java).
Calc.zip - compressed source code for a calculator, 1991 (in zip format).
(1) In order to download source code for a given Java Applet calculator click
on the filename of it with *.zip extension, and then indicate when the compressed file
with the source code should be stored in your computer.
source code (means click on: view/source pull-down menu), and then save
this source code to your computer!
(3) To return to this Web page, click on the Back button on the tool palette of your browser.
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(5) Address for correspondence (May 2002): Dr Jan Pajak, P.O. Box 33250, Petone 6340, New Zealand.
Note that "self-paste" type exercises, which prepare students for prerparing such calculators,