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.
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
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.
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.
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.
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.
No changes have been submitted for this release.