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Here is the latest version of my calculator script. It treats each line of input, stopping on an '=' character, as a separate calculation, and appends the answer after an '=' character. That way you can easily amend the calculation and perform it again.
@rem = '--*-Perl-*-- @echo off perl "%~dpnx0" %* goto endofperl @rem '; #!perl #line 8 use strict; use warnings; use Win32::Clipboard; sub X { return sprintf("%x",$_[0]); } sub x { return X($_[0]); } my $CLIP = Win32::Clipboard(); my $text = $CLIP->GetText(); my @text = split /\n/, $text; my @results = (); for ( @text ) { s[\x0a][]; s[\x0d][]; s/([^=]+)=.+/$1/; # trim after '=' s/(^|[^0-9\.])0+/$1/g; # remove leading zeros (don't want octal) print "\$_.=' =\t'.($_)\n"; eval("\$_.=' =\t'.($_)"); print " = $_\n"; push @results, $_; } $CLIP->Set(join("\n",@results)."\n"); __END__ 4*3 11-4*2 010+020+030 = 61 x(123) = 7b :endofperl

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in thread Clipboard transform keys by PhilHibbs

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