The formula just entered is calculated with this action, e.g.:
And this works in (almost) any program or entry field.
The following mathematical operations are supported:
- +, -, *, /
- \ (=modulo)
- ^ (= caret)
- abs, sin, cos, log, mod, sgn
() and  can be used as brackets. Blank spaces cannot be used.
- Replace text
The formula entered will be replaced with the result, e.g. 4+33+8 becomes 45.
- Add text
The formula entered is not replaced, but instead the result text is simply added, e.g. 4+33+8 becomes 45.
You can defined additional (fixed) characters here, e.g. %t=%n, 4+33+8 becomes, e.g. 4+33+8 = 45.
%t stands for the characters entered and %n for the next text.
Numbers can be written as hexadecimal numbers, with a leading 0x or &h, e.g. 0x41+0x16*2.
As soon as a number is written as a hexadecimal number and the result is a whole number, the result will also be given as a hexadecimal number. Press the flexikey again to display the number as a decimal number.
If only one number results from a formula, e.g. only 48, this will be converted to the corresponding hexadecimal number and vice versa.