I was wondering if anyone knew of any Expression Calculators out there...that could at the very least do basic math operators along with trigonometric values.
What I mean by an expression calculator is simply being able to type 5*2/3-7 and get a result Basically I'm looking for the Linux equivalent of the Microsoft PowerToys Power Calculator ... I know you can type in type in the keys into a calculator such as galculator, but I'd also like to see the expression first.
Python handles this, including complex numbers:
dusty:~ $ python Python 2.4 (#1, Feb 22 2005, 16:26:12) [GCC 3.4.3] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> 5*2/3-7 -4 >>>
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hmmm, calc isn't that bad thanks
BTW Qalculate looks great, but is there a non-gnome version I don't want to install all of those libraries...
try google, i've stopped using gcalc or anything else....
just type in something like 10^34
Maple (not opensource but by far the most powerful maths program on earth)
Mathematica, i've not tested in yet
oldies: dc or bc
You can use gnuplot: