Dozenal maths is base 12, unlike decimal base 10 so there are 2 extra digits (in this case X+L). For more info and all the reasons why it's considered superior, look here and here. I made this for some practice and because I always wanted a quick way to convert between the different number systems.
Should work pretty much like a normal calculator but with the addition of 'dec' and 'el' numbers. The DOZ button shows the current mode the calculator is in and you can change modes at any time (even with an unfinished equation on the display). Fractions only output to the same number of decimal (or dozenal) places as the input so if you want more precise output just add zeros. There are definitely still bugs in it but the maths seems to be correct (again thanks to Flud.org).
Also you can change the XL characters to any other letter (or symbol) by simply typing them in. Just be careful what you choose. Any operator symbols will definitely cause weird errors and you might break the internet..
Any questions, bug reports or feature requests, just send me a message. It is definitely still a work in progress! Enjoy.
- Colours (6 years ago)
Changed colour for dozenal mode so that ';' key is consistent as well. Still don't really like the whole colour scheme but it'll do for now.
- Bug Found (6 years ago)
1/5 (dozenal) = 0;2 - Pretty sure this is related to the accuracy issue I mentioned before. When converting from doz to dec or vice versa, the output only shows as many decimal or dozenal places as the input. Should be pretty easy fix but won't be till after next week.