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https://github.com/metadelta/mdlt
A commandline utility for quick math.
https://github.com/metadelta/mdlt
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A commandline utility for quick math.
 Host: GitHub
 URL: https://github.com/metadelta/mdlt
 Owner: metadelta
 Created: 20170211T17:02:45.000Z (over 7 years ago)
 Default Branch: master
 Last Pushed: 20171101T08:28:44.000Z (almost 7 years ago)
 Last Synced: 20240719T16:35:53.198Z (about 2 months ago)
 Topics: algebra, calculus, cas, cli, machinelearning, math
 Language: JavaScript
 Size: 4.99 MB
 Stars: 172
 Watchers: 5
 Forks: 9
 Open Issues: 3

Metadata Files:
 Readme: README.md
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README
# mdlt  Metadelta CLI
**A commandline utility for quick math.**
### What is it?
Mdlt is a lightweight command line tool that lets you perform arithmetic and symbolic math operations right from the terminal.
![mdlt demo](mdlt.gif)
### Why this?
Well, nobody wants to boot Python, import SymPy, and type extraneous commands just to find a derivative. And, finding a decent website for math is quite a pain. *Mdlt just makes it too easy to do math!*### How do I get started?
To install mdlt, simply run:
```
npm i g mdlt
```
That's it! Now you can begin implementing Metadelta's powerful functionality right from the terminal!### Okay and how do I use it?
Commands are formatted as such:
```
mdlt [operation] [expression]
```
Which means that you'd like metadelta to perform the given operation on the following expression.
An example of this is:
```
mdlt derive x^2
```
which returns: `2 x`.
*Note:* for more reliable processing, wrap the expression in double quotes.
For more commands, Mdlt's documentation can be found [here](https://github.com/metadelta/mdlt/blob/master/DOCS.md).
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Licensed under the GNU GPLv3 license.Copyright (C) 2017 Gerald Nash
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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