Nov 29.2020Version: 2020.11.27
A simple application that allows you to convert units of measure through various calculations.
Frink for Linux was reviewed by Ionut Tutica
Frink for Linux is a computing application and programming language, and in addition to basic calculations, you can quickly and easily convert measurements from one unit to another that are very useful in the real world.
Frink for Linux is portable and does not require pre-installation in Windows, but a recent version of Java is required to launch the program.
Frink for Linux comes with a minimalist interface with a clean look, which makes it easy to manage by all users. The interface consists of the main window in which your results are displayed, and two fields 'From' and 'To' in which you enter your calculation data to perform the conversion of measurements.
In addition to the simple calculations you can do, with Frink for Linux you can enter programming lines and then run them. Open the programming editor with 'Ctrl + P', and then at the bottom of the main window you can run the code, save it or open another file with programming lines.
Sample programming codes
You can also change the font size, change the data entry mode by choosing Multi-Line or One-Line, and save the history of various operations.
In conclusion, it is a very interesting mathematical calculation application, which can be very helpful in the real world.
Documentation / Demo
$ cd Downloads
$ chmod +x frink.jar
$ java -jar frink.jar
+ Frink for Linux has been in our software catalog since Jun 12.2020.
+ The current version is 2020.11.27 updated to Nov 29.2020.
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