Elca (Extended Line Calculator) is a real-time Perl calculator (i.e., it evaluates expressions immediately as you type them). It supports hexadecimal, octal, and binary numbers, complex numbers, variables, string, list and hash operations, etc. It can convert expressions from human style to valid Perl code before evaluating them, and has a mechanism for importing external modules, allowing almost arbitrary extensions.
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Release Notes: This release adds a bugfix through the new version of ReadLine.
Release Notes: Elca has now another non-interactive mode. Expressions that will be evaluted on columns of text input (from file or STDIN) can be defined by an option. Some bugs in the documentation have been corrected.
Release Notes: Some warnings and error messages were corrected. Options for configuration of ReadLine were added. Some bugs in reading configuration were fixed. A bug in the output format of solutions in noninteractive mode was fixed. Opt, a reqired external module, was updated.
Release Notes: Fixed a bug in the formating output, and a problem with barewords.
Release Notes: Some bugs in option names were corrected. The man page was corrected. Important elca inner variables are now protected from user attack.