# Wcalc 2.4

Wcalc is a very capable calculator.

Wcalc is a very capable calculator. Wcalc has standard functions (sin, asin, and sinh for example), many pre-defined constants (pi, e, c, etc.), support for using variables, a command history, hex/octal/binary input and output, unit conversions, bit-shifting, embedded comments, and an expan It evaluates expressions using the standard order of operations.

Wcalc is a very capable calculator. It supports abitrary precision, has standard functions (sin, asin, and sinh for example, in either radians or degrees), many pre-defined constants (pi, e, c, etc.), support for using variables, "active" variables, a command history, hex/octal/binary input and output, unit conversions, embedded comments, and an expandable expression entry field. It 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

Wcalc also comes in a command-line version that works on most (if not all) forms of Unix (including Linux and BSD). To support arbitrary precision, Wcalc relies on the GMP and MPFR libraries.

In the MacOSX release, these are compiled-in, so you shouldn't have to install them yourself. NOTE: GMP comes with a broken version of MPFR (I really wish they wouldn't do that). You have to install a real version of MPFR for Wcalc to work.

Wcalc is a very capable calculator. It supports abitrary precision, has standard functions (sin, asin, and sinh for example, in either radians or degrees), many pre-defined constants (pi, e, c, etc.), support for using variables, "active" variables, a command history, hex/octal/binary input and output, unit conversions, embedded comments, and an expandable expression entry field. It 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

Wcalc also comes in a command-line version that works on most (if not all) forms of Unix (including Linux and BSD). To support arbitrary precision, Wcalc relies on the GMP and MPFR libraries.

In the MacOSX release, these are compiled-in, so you shouldn't have to install them yourself. NOTE: GMP comes with a broken version of MPFR (I really wish they wouldn't do that). You have to install a real version of MPFR for Wcalc to work.

- last updated on:
- October 27th, 2008, 3:54 GMT
- price:
- FREE!
- developed by:
**Kyle Wheeler**- homepage:
- w-calc.sourceforge.net
- license type:
- GPL (GNU General Public License)
- category:
- ROOT \ Science and Engineering \ Mathematics

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What's New in This Release:

- Allow alternate input internationalization characters (BOTH)
- Use the OSX 10.4+ method of fetching internationalization settings (GUI)
- Fixed display if thousands/grouping separator is unset (BOTH)
- Made binary operations use a more intuitive rounding mode (BOTH)

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