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    I need to put a mortgage calculator on a page on my site.
    How do I do this? - I use FP2000

    Please reply ASAP

    Thank you
    Herman
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    Have you taken a look at http://www.javascripts.com ?

    They have a pretty good bit of calculators there.
    Joseph Schell
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    Thanks that helps alot, however is there also a calculator in HTML (since I am not so great at JS)?

    Thank you
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    [Call me Bram] iBram007's Avatar
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    You won't find any calculator in html
    As uwajes said, javascript is the best way to implement a calculator!

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    Thanks for your swift response
    I will go with JS

    Herman

    Originally posted by iBram007
    You won't find any calculator in html
    As uwajes said, javascript is the best way to implement a calculator!
    Herman Drost
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    SitePoint Zealot SoldierMail's Avatar
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    How dare yall make him hunt down the site? Just kidding. Here is a great one!

    Here is the script in action: http://loantools.atozdev.com/web/cgi-bin/calc.htm

    Here you can download the script.
    http://www.nohope.net/perl/mortgage_calc.zip

    Tell me how it turned out! If you don't like that script maybe you should search at either http://www.cgi-resources.com or http://www.hotscripts.com/

    Best Regards,

    <<Reason for edit, I didn't know you don't know how to install CGI. If you would like for me to add this script to your web site I would be more than happy too. Contact me via e-mail though! >>
    Last edited by SoldierMail; Mar 7, 2001 at 15:41.


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