Current version: unreleased
Calc New Roman is an open-source text-based calculator for working with Roman numbers.
- help – display this manual
- exit – exit application
Application usage: you can input roman numbers with the mathematical operations you want to perform. State that your mathematical operation is finished by putting “=” in it’s last place. Note: support for correct ordering of mathematical operations is not yet implemented. Operations are executed in the order in which you put them in. There are 4 basic principles for writing Roman numerals as listed below:
The letters I, X, C can be repeated thrice in succession. Additionally, L, V, D cannot be repeated or the number is considered to be invalid. If a lower value digit is written to the left of a higher value digit, it is subtracted. If a lower value digit is written to the right of a higher value digit, it is added. Only I, X, and C can be used as subtractive numerals.
Licensed under MIT license https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT