Type your expressions in the editor and the answer is calculated and shown instantly on the right.
Each line computes one expression. Multiple expressions on one line will not work.
Words or strings are case-insensitive except variable name.
Popular short forms of units will work. Also, plural forms will work in most cases and will be refined over time.
You can enter numbers with commas in them.
It is recommended to use brackets to override the default precedence. Check the following example, where one expression gives different results with and without brackets.
Hissab also supports functions which provides quick way to get complex calculations done in simple syntax.
Functions take on a fix or variable number of parameters as input and output the results using those inputs.
Its syntax is:
function name(input1, input2, input3,...)'.
Each input can be an expression in itself.