At 03:41 AM 7/30/03 -0000, you wrote:
>Ooh.. This brings back memories of my early computer schooling days
>(don't even ask me how long ago that was)..
>To the best of my knowledge Mark, the simple answer is no.. With the
>power of clips it may be possible but it's beyond the scope of what
>I'm prepared to tackle..
You can use Microsoft's calculator to do all of the binary calculations
that you could want without using NoteTab. NoteTab already has a clip in
the utilities clipbook library that will start the calculator. When you
run the calculator, it has two modes. Standard and scientific. Go to the
menu bar on the calculator and select View/scientific and it will open up
to a scientific calculator with all of the expected functions including
Hex, Octal, Decimal, and Binary modes and you can do some trig, log, and
statistical calculations as well as the binary functions (And, Or, Xor,
Not). And of course you can copy/paste between the calculator and NoteTab.
If you want, you can write ^!Keyboard clips to run the calculator from
NoteTab as well. You just have to use your imagination.