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-l auto-selects many more digits (but you can round/truncate in your head, right) plus it loads a few math functions like sin(). Show Sample Output
using bc is for sissies. dc is much better :-D Polish notation will rule the world... Show Sample Output
Calculator for shell. Similar performance and basic usage as 'bc', but with more advanced features. Not installed on most systems by default. Show Sample Output
a simple trick to do floating point operations in shell, use awk. You can evaluate any complicated expressions which can be evaluated in C. Show Sample Output
Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?
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