insect - High precision scientific calculator with support for physical units

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A high precision scientific calculator with full support for physical units. Operators: addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*, ·, ×), division (/, ÷, per), exponentiation (^, **). Full list: see Reference below.

https://github.com/sharkdp/insect

Dependencies:

decimal.js : ^7.1.1
historic-readline : ^1.0.8
line-reader : ^0.4.0
xdg-basedir : ^2.0.0

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