Frink 2017-04-26 freeware
Frink is a practical calculating tool and programming language designed to help us all to better understand the world around us, to help us get calculations right without getting bogged down in the mechanics, and to make a tool that's really useful in the real world.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||programming language, physical calculation, Track measure unit, measure, calculator, physical|
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|2017-04-26||Apr 27, 2017||New Release||Added a cool new graphics.invertGrays function that makes your graphics objects invert their grayscales so you can easily make a single graphics object that looks like Wargames (black background, white lines) for on-screen display but doesn't waste your printer ink (white background, black lines) when printed. Shall we play a game?|
|2017-04-13||Apr 19, 2017||New Release||Added a previousPrime[n] to efficiently return the previous prime number less than n. This complements the existing nextPrime[n] function.|
|2017-04-12||Apr 12, 2017||New Release||Drastically improved performance of parsing strings to integers. This introduces a divide-and-conquer algorithm of my own devising that improves Java's native parsing of strings to integers by several orders of magnitude for very large numbers. For example, parsing the largest-known Mersenne prime 274207281 went from 13124 seconds (that's about 218 minutes) down to 68.392 s (just over a minute), a factor of 192 times faster!
This improvement makes parsing of giant numbers from Java's worse-than O(n2) to about O(n1.513) at 10 million digits (with a good constant.)
This improvement works whenever Frink parses a large integer.
I may try to contribute these algorithms to Java. It took me 11 years for Java people to check in my vastly improved algorithms for multiplication and string conversion for large integers, though. These are finally part of Java 8.