Simple command line calculator http://amath.innolan.net
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Features

  • Case sensitive command line interface
  • Native IEEE 754 with 15 significant digits
  • Calculations with real and complex numbers
  • Variables and user defined functions
  • Logarithmic and exponential functions
  • Trigonometric and hyperbolic functions
  • Mathematical constants and rounding functions
  • Disk functions to load, save and view content
  • Comprehensive and easy to use built-in help
  • Full multi-lingual locale support
  • Freely distributable sources

Install by copying the desired amath binary to C: or any other appropriate location.

Example of usage

Open amath in its own window:
> amath

Do a calculation in shell:
> amath 1.2+1.4

Get an interactive prompt in shell:
> amath shell

Show version string:
> amath version

Run regression tests:
> amath --test