Calc



a calculator, especially a small portable one.
a combining form of calcareous:
calc-tufa.
variant of calci- before a vowel:
calcic.
calculate.
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combining form
a variant of calci-
tool, mathematics
An extensible, advanced desk calculator and mathematical tool written in Emacs Lisp by Dave Gillespie . Calc runs as part of GNU Emacs. You can use Calc as only a simple four-function calculator, but it also provides additional features including choice of algebraic or RPN (stack-based) entry, logarithms, trigonometric and financial functions, arbitrary precision, complex numbers, vectors, matrices, dates, times, infinities, sets, algebraic simplification, differentiation, and integration.
Latest version: 2.02, as of 1994-11-08.
FTP calc-2.02.tar.z from your nearest GNU archive site.
(2000-10-20)
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