An Advanved Calculator with Trignometry and Other Functions
Project description
AdvancedCalc
An Advanced Calculator to Calculate Advanced Methods like Average, Trignometry, HCF, LCM easily
Installation
AdvancedCalc requires an installation of python 3.6 or greater, as well as pip. Pip is typically bundled with python installations, and you can find options for how to install python at https://python.org.
To Install from pypi with pip:
pip install advancedcalc
Sometime, the pypi release becomes slightly outdated. To install from the source with pip:
pip install git+https://github.com/programmerayush7/advancedcalc/
Quick Start
Adding Numbers
import AdvancedCalc
calculator = AdvancedCalc.Calculator
# returns 10
sum = calculator.add(5, 5)
print(sum)
Subtracting Numbers
import AdvancedCalc
calculator = AdvancedCalc.Calculator
# returns 5
answer = calculator.add(10, 5)
print(answer)
Using auto_arrange
Parameter
The auto_arrange
parameter is usually used to pretend to get negative answers (eg. 1, 6, etc.).
 Without
auto_arrange
import AdvancedCalc
calculator = AdvancedCalc.Calculator
# returns 1
answer = calculator.subtract(4, 5)
print(answer)
 With
auto_arrange
import AdvancedCalc
calculator = AdvancedCalc.Calculator
# returns 1
answer = calculator.add(4, 5, auto_arrange = True)
print(answer)
Multiplying Numbers
Multiply 2 Numbers using this Function
impport AdvancedCalc
calculator = AdvancedCalc.Calculator
# returns 25
product = calculator.add(5, 5)
print(product)
Dividing Numbers
Divide 2 Numbers using this Function
import AdvancedCalc
calculator = AdvancedCalc.Calculator
# returns 2
quotient = calculator.add(10, 5)
print(quotient)
Finding Remainders
Find the Remainder from the Division of 2 Numbers using this function
import AdvancedCalc
calculator = AdvancedCalc.Calculator
# returns 2
remainder = calculator.remainder(10, 4)
print(remainder)
Advanced Functions
Average Of Numbers
Find the Average of Numbers in a List
from AdvancedCalc import Advanced
numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
# Returns 3
average = Advanced.average(numbers)
print(average)
Cube
Find the Cube of a Number using this function
from AdvancedCalc import Advanced
# returns 8
cube = Advanced.cube(2)
print(cube)
Percentage
lets try finding 10 percent of 200 Note: This Function returns a float, so if you want a number, you can convert it into an int.
from AdvancedCalc import Advanced
# returns 20.0
percent = Advanced.percent(10, 200)
print(percent)
Factors
Find all Factors of a Specific Numbers using this function
from AdvancedCalc import Advanced
# returns a list of factors
factors = Advanced.factors(10)
print(factors)
HFC
Find the Highest Common Factor of 2 Numbers
from AdvancedCalc import Advanced
# returns 10
hfc = Advanced.hfc(10, 20)
print(hfc)
LCM
Find the LCM of 2 Numbers using this Function.
from AdvancedCalc import Advanced
# returns 11
lcm = Advanced.lcm(5, 6)
print(lcm)
Changelog
0.0.3
 Added Advanced Functions
 Modified Simple Functions
 Modified README.md
 Fixed Installing with PIP Error
Project details
Release history Release notifications  RSS feed
Download files
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
Source Distribution
File details
Details for the file advancedcalc0.0.3.tar.gz
.
File metadata
 Download URL: advancedcalc0.0.3.tar.gz
 Upload date:
 Size: 4.3 kB
 Tags: Source
 Uploaded using Trusted Publishing? No
 Uploaded via: twine/3.4.2 importlib_metadata/3.10.1 pkginfo/1.7.0 requests/2.25.1 requeststoolbelt/0.9.1 tqdm/4.61.0 CPython/3.8.10
File hashes
Algorithm  Hash digest  

SHA256  5b24b6d5926d8248e2e5eb797a5cf244d4dec7403f56a39e0c43f599ce83c1c1 

MD5  64fb674e11da0cdddea25ea7b2f1b96c 

BLAKE2b256  0a96e7a32ec78bbd78b55e25b9ba7099084702c21d7fc81c3aa1f124f4034e2b 