This project aims at an easy-to-use, cross-platform pocket calculator like software with reverse Polish notation (RPN) input, multi-precision arithmetics and support of several data types including macros.
At the moment many features are rather rudimentary. Notably, it’s rather easy to freeze the program, say, by requesting a 1,000,000×1,000,000 identity matrix.
Hey, I did call it ‘experimental’.
- reverse Polish notation (think HP calculators)
- multi-precision: integers, rational numbers and floating point numbers with a nearly arbitrary number of digits (including recurring decimals and fractions)
- support for complex numbers, quaternions, vectors, matrices, algebraic terms, sets, and more
- number systems with bases 2 to 64
- macros (debugger is under construction)
- 2D and 3D function graphs
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