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CALCULATOR(1) General Commands Manual CALCULATOR(1)NAMEcalculator - simple desktop calculatorSYNOPSIScalculatorDESCRIPTIONThe FOX Calculator is a simple desktop calculator geared toward the programmer. It supports not only a full complement scientific func- tions, but also common operations that programmers need, such as bit- wise operations, bitwise shifting, and base-2 logarithm and exponents, and numeric conversion between hexadecimal, octal, binary, and decimal. The FOX Calculator implements correct operator precedences, so expres- sions like 2+3*5 yield the correct result, which is 17, and not 25. Also featured is a constant memory, which permanently stores its value even if you exit the calculator and restart it later.CONFIGURATIONPressing on the calculator icon brings up the Calculator Preferences dialog. The Calculator Preferences dialog comprises three settings: - Settings for the calculator itself; - Color settings of the button groups; - Information about the calculator. In the Calculator settings panel, you can change font used for the dis- play, by pressing the "Set..." button to bring up the standard Font Se- lection Dialog. You can change the way numbers are printed as well. Checking "Always show exponent" will cause the calculator display always to display the number in exponential notation. Checking "Never show exponent" will cause the calculator to render the number in simple dot notation. The precision can be set by means of the spin button; the default pre- cision is set to 16. Finally, the calculator can be set to beep when errors occur. In the Color settings panel, you can change the colors of the various button groups. The buttons are grouped by function; the numbers are in one group, and the operators are in another, and so on. In the About panel, some information is presented about the calculator, like version number and author's contact.ENTERING NUMBERSYou can enter a number by clicking on the digit buttons, or simply hit the right digit on the keyboard. Numbers in exponential notation are entered by entering the mantissa first, then hitting the "EXP" button, and then entering the exponent. Up to 3 digits may be entered for the exponent; entering more than 3 will cause the digits to shift, i.e. the first digit entered will be dropped and replaced by the second, the second digit will be replaced by the third, and the third will be re- placed by the new input. Changing the sign of the exponent is accomplished by hittin the At any time, you can hit the Backspace key to delete the last digit entered. Two numbers, pi and e (euler's number) may be entered with a single button: pi - Enters the number 3.1415926535897932384626433833 e - Enters the number 2.7182818284590452353602874713 (hit the "inv" button first)OPERATORSThe operators in the FOX Calculator are the usual suspects:+Addition-Substraction*Multiplication/Floating point division In addition, FOX Calculator also includes bitwise operators, such as:ANDBit-wise logical andORBit-wise logical orXORBit-wise logical exclusive orNOTBit-wise logical notSHLBit-wise shift leftSHRBit-wise shift rightSARBit-wise signed shift right (hit the "inv" button first) Also nice for programmers is the inclusion of integer operations:modInteger modulodivInteger division (hit the All the operators have certain precedence relations with each other, so that an expression is evaluated correctly.TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONSThe Calculator incorporates the usual trigonometric functions:sinSinecosCosinetanTangentasinInverse sine or arc sine (hit the "inv" button first)acosInverse cosineatanInverse tangentsinhHyperbolic sine (hit the "hyp" button first)coshHyperbolic cosinetanhHyperbolic tangentasinhInverse hyperbolic sine (hit the "hyp" and "inv"buttons first)acoshInverse hyperbolic cosineatanhInverse hyperbolic tangent For the first 6 functions, the angle mode determines whether the argu- ment is specified in terms of degrees, radians, or grad. Note that the angle mode is preserved across invocations of the Calculator.OTHER FUNCTIONSOther functions supported by the calculator are the following:logBase 10 logarithmlnNatural logarithm2logBase 2 logarithmx!FactorialnPrPermutationsnCrCombinationssqrtSquare rootx^yX raised to the power y1/xReciprocal10^xBase 10 exponentiation (hit the "inv" button first)e^xExponentiation2^xBase 2 exponentiationx^1/yX raised to the power 1/yx^2X squaredLIMITSThe calculator works in IEEE 746 double precision mode; for bit-wise operations, it uses 32 bit integers. Thus, the numeric limits are as follows: Smallest real number: 2.2250738585072010e-308 Largest real number: 1.7976931348623158e+308 Smallest integer number: 0 Largest integer number: 4294967295AUTHORThis man page was originally written by Bastian Kleineidam <calvin@de- bian.org> for the Debian distribution of the FOX Toolkit. The main author of FOX is Jeroen van der Zijp <jeroen@fox-toolkit.com>. For a list of contributors see /usr/share/doc/libfox0.99/AUTHORS. January 2017 CALCULATOR(1)

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