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NAME
nushutils  command line big number utilities
SYNOPSIS
nushutils [ [OPTION]... [FILE] ]...
DESCRIPTION
mtNushUtils is Mark Tyler's NUmber SHell Utilities.
It is a collection of command line functions for manipulating large numbers using infix mathematical expressions.
OPTIONS
version

Output version information and exit.
cli

Use the interactive CLI mode.
b INTEGER

Set the bit precision for floating point number mode (default=10, range=10..32).
Bits used for numbers are 2^b, so 10 allocates 2^10 bits for each number.
funcs

Print out all of the functions for the current mode.
i STRING

Load this input file. "" loads from stdin.
integer

Use integer number mode.
float

Use floating point number mode (default).
rational

Use rational number mode.
v

Verbose.
vars

Print out all of the variables and their values.
CAVEATS
Don't begin an expression with a minus sign, otherwise it will be interpreted as a switch:
nushutils "2*2"
Instead, use a space or brackets:
nushutils " 2*2"
nushutils "(2*2)"
HOMEPAGE
https://www.marktyler.org/
AUTHOR
Mark Tyler
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