Package Name: calc-2.9.0
Package Type: textual/utility
Package Home: /afs/rpi.edu/dept/acm/packages/calc/2.9.0
Maintainer: Kenny Zalewski (zalewk@rpi.edu)
For questions regarding this package, please send e-mail to consult@acm.rpi.edu (The ACM Consulting Group).

The following info is available:


This is the second official release of calc (version 2.9.0).

Calc is an arbitrary precision C-like programmable calculator with many
builtin functions.  The basic data types are integers, fractions,
complex numbers, strings, matrices, associations, lists, files, and
user-definable "objects".  You can use it interactively to evaluate
expressions line by line, or else you can write complicated programs in
it's C-like language.  There are many features which I will not bother
to describe here.

Calc is written entirely in C, and runs on many different platforms and
variants of UNIX.

The low-level arbitrary precision math routines have been organized into
three libraries for handling integers, fractions, and complex numbers.
You can call the routines in these libraries from your own C programs.

The sources in this posting are also available by anonymous ftp from
ftp.uu.net in the file pub/calc/calc2.9.0.tar.Z.  The contents of the
pub/calc directory are updated occasionally with the newest version.

The calculator is copyrighted, but there are no restrictions on it other
than the preservation of the copyright notices.


The following man pages were found: