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Easy Stack Calculator

Easy Stack Calculator is a simple console-based calculator that uses a stack internally to process the equations typed into the interface. It does not provide a graphical user interface but compiles on all valid C++ compilers. There are binaries available for Win32, Linux, IRIX, OpenVMS, and *BSD.

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  •  22 Sep 2005 06:37

    Release Notes: The source tree structure was changed. Normal non-digits are now treated with their ASCII values. Digits are also treated with ASCII values if ASCII mode has been activated. The "operators" command was fixed.

    •  18 Apr 2005 23:49

      Release Notes: This release adds list.h and stack.h for OpenVMS compatibility. It can be used with command line parameters. The v(erbose) and pr(ecision) int commands have been added. Some bugs were fixed.

      •  01 Dec 2004 13:16

        Release Notes: In this release, equations like (...)op... can be solved now. Here, op is an operator. Before, only ...op(...) worked. The ^ operator now only uses whole numbers as an exponent. You can use \ to calculate the roots of a number instead.

        •  27 Nov 2004 07:04

          Release Notes: The qu(it) command was renamed to ex(it) and pri(ority) was renamed to op(erators). A "," can now be used as a synonym for a ".". Problems where 0! resulted in an infinite loop and \w* gave a segmentation fault were fixed. A ra(scii) command that is the same as as(cii) but works in reverse was added. A !command for executing a shell command and x\ for calculating the square root of x were also added.

          •  26 Sep 2004 11:05

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            29 Dec 2011 13:30 saggafarsyad

            how to compile in linux?? help me please?

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