USAGE:
hexcalc [s[imple]] [v[erbose]] [b[inary]] [e[xplain]]
gives hex [binary] & decimal result or only decimal result with "simple".
Calculations are done in 64-bit long double, except !, &,| and ^.
VERSION: Jun 24 2014
Copyright (C) 2014 by Harm J. Schoonhoven
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Expressions are build from numbers, operators, multipliers and functions.
Numbers are: , x, b, , ?, s[um] or r1..r40.
Operators are: +-mp*/%&|^<<>> . Evaluation is from left to right.
m is same as *. p=1/((1/leftvalue)+(1/rightvalue)). <<,>> are l,r-shift.
Multipliers, all used in postposition, are: (-), (k), (M), (G), (/k), (/M),
(/G), (PI), (180/PI).
Functions, all used in postposition, are: (not), (arccos), (arcsin), (arctan),
(ceil), (cos), (cosdeg), (croot), (exp), (2^), (10^), (floor), (frac),
(log), (round), (2log), (10log), (sin), (sindeg), (sqrt), (tan), (tandeg).
Displayed max. precision of doubles can be changed with "p[]".
bi[nary] ex[plain] si[mple] te[rse] ve[rbose] q[uit] # are recognized.