Command-line calculator

Any time you are entering a number, length, point coordinate, or angle, you can use a math formula.

In addition to addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, you can also use parenthesis and math functions.

Examples:

• If you need the number pi (3.14159...), type pi.
• When prompted for a point, to get a point 10 units from the origin rotated counter-clockwise 30 degrees, type: 10*sin(30degrees),10*cos(30degrees)
• When prompted for any coordinate or length, append any metric or US customary length unit or abbreviation that makes sense any of the languages Rhino supports. For example:
10m
10meter
10meters
10metros
10metre
10metres
• When prompted for any angle value, append any angle unit name makes sense any of the languages Rhino supports. For example:
30d
30degrees
pi
15d30'22.3450" (arc degrees, arc minutes, arc seconds)
22' (22 arc minutes)
• When the number pi (3.14159....) is needed, type pi or the Greek letter π.
• You can use formulas like (10*sin(pi/4) + 63.00)/1.234e12+-56.3 (no spaces in formulas).
More generally, a formula can contain:
unary +, unary -,