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It’s an app where you do maths like a normal person. It lets you type whatever you want and smartly figures out what is math and spits out an answer on the right pane. Then you can plug those answers in to future equations and if that answer changes, so does the equations it’s used in.
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To define a user function type e.g.: function kineticEnergy 0.5*\x*\y^2
The you can use it anywhere e.g. car = kineticEnergy(1000 kg, 3 m/s)
Fixed a bug that caused problems when using comments inline
Better handling of whitespaces with variable declaration and newlines
Improved the updating of the results while doing line movements
Fixed a bug that caused a crash during startup
Fixed a case where the ans and line tokens failed to parse
Support for dark themes
Share panes to MathB.in
You can now manage multiple calculation sheets - load, add, remove and rename sheets
Fixed a bug that should make NaSC much more stable
Save sheets dynamically
Removed auto complete functions with parenthesis
Preperation to make NaSC translatable