Equsol is a shell script for solving equations in the command line. The equations are stored in a plain text file and can be easily added / modified / removed depending on the user's preferences.
Equsol is written in bash script.
Latest release of Equsol can be downloaded from here.
Equsol can be used from bash command line.
Run equsol without any arguments to see a list of available equations.
You can run equsol with the name of an equation file as argument to solve it.
If the file contains multiple equations you will receive the option to choose which equation to solve.
After selecting the equation equsol will run the equation and ask for your input for different variables required in the equation. After entering the values equsol will run the calculations and print the result in the screen.
The equation files are placed in the data folder. The files can contain one equation per line. Empty lines are ignored.
While writing equations variables are written within square brackets. Some examples are available within the downloaded data folder. The lines starting with
# are treated as comments.
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Equsol is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.