Sumter is a bookmarklet that sums up all the numbers in your text selection. Drag it to your bookmarks bar!
>> Sumter <<
It can also be embedded into pages (like this one).
I sometimes find myself wishing I could quickly add up some numbers on a Web page without transferring them to a spreadsheet. The most common example is when I'm reading a credit card statement online:
|03/01/2013||B&H DAIRY LUNCH||$12.49|
|02/26/2013||AMAZON WEB SERVICES||$0.25|
|02/26/2013||ABC BEER CO||$18.17|
|02/18/2013||PRET A MANGER||$6.93|
|01/30/2013||UTRECHT ART SUPPLIES||$19.40|
I'd really like to know how much I spent in February. Sumter lets me highlight the numbers I'm interested in and a total is displayed in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
Highlight some numbers! Sumter is built-in to this page.
Sumter can also handle select other currencies (detection is improving) and raw numbers. It will keep the totals separate.
|Dollar $||Pound £||Euro €||Yen ¥||Raw|
It adds each total together for a grand total but doesn't convert currencies.
Sumter is new. Let me know how it can be improved by opening an issue on GitHub.
This is free software. It is released to the public domain without warranty.
Download the source on GitHub.