*Added in 1.8.10*

**$calc(operations)**

Returns the result of the specified operations. You can perform multiple operations.

Operations can be grouped with parentheses.

**Parameters**

operations - The calculations to perform.

Note: $calc uses the left-to-right `PE(MD)(AS)`

order of operations, but also includes Floor Divide and Modulo. When parenthesis are not used, operators are evaluated in left-to-right order within each of these levels 1-4. All level N operations are performed left-to-right before any level N+1 operations are performed.

() 1. Parenthesis ^ 2. Exponent (dont' use 96 or greater) // 3. Floor division, X // Y same as $floor($calc(X / Y)) % 3. Modulus X % Y is remainder when dividing X / Y * 3. Multiplication / 3. Division + 4. Addition - 4. Subtraction

If needing integer math for values 2^96 and above, see $calcint.

**Example**

; Returns 6. //echo -ag $calc((4 + 4) - 2)

Accuracy above 2^53: //echo -a $calc(2^53 + 1) currectly returns an ODD number and so does $calc(2^95+1) ; next is 0 because, even though the result is in the valid range, the 2^96 operation has undefined result //echo -a $calc(2^96-1) ; result is 7 because the multiply is earlier priority than the addition //echo -a $calc( 4 + 1 * 3) ; result is 15 because the parenthesis altered the order of operations //echo -a $calc( (4 + 1) * 3) ; While AdiIRC offers many fraction digits, it's up to you to decide how many of the least you wish to keep. //echo -a $calc( (3/7) *70 ) result = 30.000000000000000000000000002 alias calc6 return $round($calc($parms),6) You can use [[$round]] to ensure the result is rounded to 6 decimal places or to the level you prefer. //var -p %a (3/7) *70 | echo -a $round($calc( %a ),6)