For immediate release: Bitwise 2.3 calculator

January 20, 2000 – Eric Curtis announces the latest release of Bitwise, a
versatile, yet easy to use calculator specifically designed for programmers
of personal computers and microprocessors. Bitwise is actually two
calculators in one; with independent registers for integer and floating
point math.
New in this version:

+ Y^X function in both integer and floating point modes
+ Independent significant digit settings for each floating point notation
+ Space bar temporarily displays floating point X register at max sig digits
+ Built-in savable registration form
+ Various other user interface improvements and code optimizations

Other key features include:

+ Integer and floating point math
+ Hexadecimal, decimal, octal, and binary conversions
+ Integer word sizes of 8, 16, and 32 bits
+ Signed and unsigned integer modes
+ Sign-extension of registers
+ Complete set of logical and bitwise operators
+ Floating point mode supports fixed, scientific, and engineering notation
+ Backspace key
+ Pop-up stack register display with register selection
+ Undo last operation
+ Macintosh drag & drop support
+ Built-in help and registration form
+ Native 68K & PPC fat application

Bitwise is $10 shareware and can be found at: