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Robert
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I know there are a lot of calculators out there but this one seems somewhat special. It's worth scrolling down the whole page to see just what it can do. At 6 you aren't going to get robbed either.

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If anyone might think 6.00 is expensive I sent the link to my son and asked him for a comment

This was his response:

Hi Dad,

Based on a (somewhat) cursory reading of the page, I'd guess it would take me about 8-10 hours to work up a similar design and implement it in Java or as a web page.

This is obviously dependent on my availability, which is somewhat limited at present.

I'm not including the manual, because I don't know how lengthy it is.

Peace,

Adam


So, if the scaler is of use to you the software developer is not exactly making a lot of money out of selling it.

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HI..

The scaler by the author of Wagonflow is in my opion the best scaler program I have used. You can have the read out in meteic or imperil.

Stuart in OZ

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Is that the same Scaler as the one in my link Stuart?


                 

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