A command line dice roller

Project Description
## Requirements

## Expression syntax

### Operators

#### Unary operators

##### Total

##### Sort

##### Explode

#### Binary Operators

##### Arithmetic

##### Drop and Keep

##### Reroll and Recursive Reroll

##### Diff

##### Success

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`diceroll` is a simple command line dice roller.

It can be invoked through the `roll` command once installed.

Requires the pyparsing library.

The basic components of `diceroll` expressions are dice and integers, which can then have operators applied to them. The expression is always read left-to-right, so operators are called in order of position, *not* order of precedence.

Multiple expressions can be given, seperated by commas (`,`).

Dice are expressed in the form `<N>d<S>`, where `N` is the number of dice that will be rolled, and `S` is the number of sides those dice have.

Integers are simply expressed as one or more digits (i.e. `0-9`).

Subexpressions can be placed in parenthesis `()`, and are evaluated in full before the main expression is evaluated.

These operators act on the previous component, and almost always accept only dice.

`<D>t`, `<D> total`: Returns the sum total of the diceroll (as an integer value).

`<D>s`, `<D>sort`: Sorts diceroll `D`.

`<D>x`, `<D>explode`: Rolls an extra die for every diceroll that hits the maximum.

These operators act on two components (the previous and the next).

`<X>*<Y>`, `<X>/<Y>`, `<X>+<Y>`, `<X>-<Y>`

Performs a basic operation on two components - respectively multiplication, division, addition, subtraction. Dicerolls are converted to integers, using the sum total of the rolls.

`<X>v<Y>`, `<X>drop<Y>`: Drop the `Y` lowest rolls from diceroll `X`.
`<X>^<Y>`, `<X>keep<Y>`: Similar to drop, keeps the `Y` highest rolls from `X`.

`<D>r<N>`, `<D>reroll<N>`: Reroll any dice in `D` that are equal to or lower than `N`.

`<D>rr<N>`, `<D>rreroll<N>`: The same as `reroll`, but does so recursively - any rerolled dice equal to or lower than `N` are also rerolled

`<X>~<Y>`, `<X>diff<Y>`: Returns the difference between `X` and `Y`.

`<D> success [C][B] <N>` Returns the count of dice in `D` that land equal to or higher than `N`. `C` and `B` are optional flags: `C` removes a success every time a die hits the minimum, `B` adds a success every time a die lands on the maximum.

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