The Calculator component allows you to execute all basic calculations, save the calculated value in memory, clear it and update it.
This article defines the terms and concepts used in the scope of the
RadCalculator that you have to get familiar with prior to continue reading this help. They can also be helpful when contacting with the support service in order to better describe your issue. Below you can see snapshot and explanations of the main states and visual elements of the standard Calculator control.
Memory Status—Defines whether you have a value stored in the Memory or not.
History—Displays chronologically the operations you have done.
Currently Calculated Value—Displays the calculated value at the moment.
Memory Buttons—A set of buttons saving/calling the displayed value in/from the memory.
Clear Buttons—A set of buttons enabling you to clear a part of the displayed value, the currently calculated one or all of the operations executed so far.
Functional Buttons—A set of buttons performing different calculations.