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Package: wcalc
Version: 2.1
Revision: 1
Maintainer: Kyle Wheeler <kyle-fink-wcalc@memoryhole.net>
Source: mirror:sourceforge:w-calc/Wcalc-%v.tar.bz2
Source-MD5: 56f5235a576c46b09a50ec6cd42bb82c
DocFiles: AUTHORS COPYING COPYRIGHT INSTALL NEWS ReadMe.rtf wcalc.rc
ConfigureParams: --mandir=%i/share/man/
Depends: readline-shlibs,gmp-shlibs,libmpfr1-shlibs
BuildDepends: readline,gmp,libmpfr1
Description: Command-line calculator
DescDetail: <<
Wcalc is a very capable command-line calculator (also has a Cocoa GUI version).
It has standard functions (sin, asinh, and sqrt for example, in either radians
or degrees), many pre-defined constants (pi, e, c, G, etc.), support for using
variables, "active" variables, a command history, hex/octal/binary input and
output, unit conversions, embedded comments, and the ability to save history to
a file and load it from a file. Wcalc evaluates expressions using the standard
order of operations.

Wcalc uses intuitive expressions. For example, Wcalc will evaluate
5sin 4!-7*2(4%6)^2 to be -221.96631678.
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License: GPL
Homepage: http://w-calc.sourceforge.net/