When I was in college, I studied Electrical Engineering. Later on, I crossed over to Computer Science. EE and CS are closely related in many ways. So why not write some code for both?
Once upon a time in 2007, I wrote a REALbasic application called Ohm’s Law and Power Formula Calculator.
I compiled OLAPFC as a Universal Binary for OS X.
I released OLAPFC to the public domain and then I forgot all about it.
Recently, on a whim, I decided to perform a Google search for OLAPFC. Low and behold, my tiny little app is still available for download. The best part is, it still runs on the latest version of OS X (10.13.2 as of this writing)!
If you want to download a copy for yourself, click here -> OLAPFC_1.0.2.zip
Here’s a copy of the original “Read Me.rtfd” – now in PDF for your viewing pleasure!
If I ever find the time to go through a bazillion floppy disks I have in storage, I might be able to drudge up the original source code. If I ever find it, I’ll post that here too!
PS – I intentionally back-dated this posting just for the sake of nostalgia! Let’s all pretend it’s 2007 all over again!