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Math Magic Sci-Calculator is a console-based calculator that is modular so all the calculations work no matter the input type. It has the added benifit of being able enter an entire calculation on the commandline (e.g., ./mmcalc "(1.25*0x1A/2^4)"), and it also works with hex and octal numbers.


Recent releases

  •  20 Nov 2000 06:01

    Release Notes: This release includes support for doing trig functions with degrees along with radians, and a fix for a bug that wouldn't allow sin(1) to work.

    •  14 Nov 2000 23:27

      Release Notes: A fix for the ability to crash mmcalc by feeding it bad input, ability to work with hex and octal input/output, and various new command line options (-r to use radians, -h to output answer in hex, -o to output answer in octal, and -i to output answer in integer).

      •  07 Nov 2000 23:23

        Release Notes: Initial announcement.

        Recent comments

        15 Nov 2000 12:52 bhwagen

        mmcalc now works with hex.
        Just wanted to let you know that mmcalc can now take hex/oct numbers as input, and output to do any conversions. Try it out, and let me know how I can make it better.

        07 Nov 2000 23:12 chimmy

        Great stuff, I was just looking for something like this
        Hihi, thanks for providing exactly what I was looking for, just as I was looking for it :P compiled with no trouble on both my sparc and intel boxes, both running Debian 2.2

        Any chance of you adding decimalhexadecimal conversion since that's something else I need to do quite often and at a moments notice?

        Thanks again :)

        Chimmy <


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