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RuneScript has a very handy calculator built into it. To use the calculator, prefix a math expression with ` (you can also use !calc <expression>). For instance:
<RuneScript> *** [ CALC ]: 10+3 = 13
The calculator also has a couple neat features to go along with it. The most useful feature on the calculator is the ability to reference the exp of levels through a function. To illustrate what this means, I'll give you an example. Suppose I have 25,000 exp in a skill, and I want to know how far that is from level 50. I could find this in the calculator by using the L(x) function, where 99 > x > 1. More simply:
<RuneScript> *** [ l(50)-25,000 ]: 101333-25000 = 76,333 (76.33k)
You can use commas in your calculations, unlike most bots. The bot also supports abbreviated numbers. You can do `1.5m+300k+l(44) and other things like that.
Below is a table of abbreviations and functions of the calculator.
|Thousand||xk||1k = 1,000|
|Million||xm||1m = 1,000,000|
|Billion||xb||1b = 1,000,000,000|
|Exp. to lvl.||L(x)||L(99) = 13,034,431|
|Square Root||sqrt(x)||sqrt(25) = 5|
|Pi||pi||pi = 3.141592|
|Remainder*||x%y||17%6 = 5|
NOTE: * This function displays the remainder of a division. In the labeled example, 17/6, the remainder is 5. In decimal format the answer is 2.8333, in remainder format it's 2r5, and in fraction format it's 2+(5/6).
Additionally, ans can be used in your calculation as a substitution for the answer of your last calculation, as seen in the simple example below.
-RuneScript- *** [ CALC ]: 1000+1 = 1,001 (1.0k)
<Cowman_133> !calc ans+23
-RuneScript- *** [ CALC ]: 1001+23 = 1,024 (1.0k)
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