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evl command line help

evl v2.0 build 16013001 - c-style expression calculator with base conversion
copyright (c) bytepointer.com 2003-2016

syntax:
  evl <expression> [/where:var=value] [/o:<bohsudc>] [/fp:<num>]
  expression may be omitted and read from stdin

options:
  /q            - quiet / less verbose
  /t:<#>        - force standard int type as [b]=byte, [w]=word, [d]=dword,
                  or *[q]=qword; may also specify 1,2,4 or 8 respectively
  /o:<flags>    - output one or more of [b=bin,o=oct,h=hex,*s=signed,*u=unsigned,
                  *d=double,c=char or i=int_common:bhsu] (default=auto)
  /f:<#>        - change output floating point precision (default=6)
  /v:<name=val> - set variable value for use within expression; replaces value
                  wherever name appears
  /np           - disable zero padding of binary and hex values; default is to
                  pad to fit nearest or specified int type size
  /pfx:<#>      - number prefix behavior: [0]=never, *[1]=auto (only in quiet
                  mode), [2]=always; 0b=binary, 0x=hex and 0=octal
                  pad to fit nearest or specified int type size
  /?            - this help

supported operators (in order of precedence):
  ()   - parentheses/grouping
  pow  - power
  sqrt - square root
  !    - boolean NOT
  ~    - bitwise NOT/complement
  *    - multiply
  /    - divide
  modulus
  +    - add
  -    - subtract
  <<   - bitwise shift left
  >>   - bitwise shift right
  {{   - bitwise rotate left
  }}   - bitwise rotate right
  <    - boolean less than
  >    - boolean greater than
  <=   - boolean less than or equal to
  >=   - boolean greater than or equal to
  ==   - boolean equality
  !=   - boolean not equal
  ##   - boolean substring search
  &    - bitwise AND
  ^    - bitwise XOR
  |    - bitwise OR
  &&   - boolean logical AND
  ||   - boolean logical OR

NOTE: because some characters above change how the command line is
      interpreted please surround expressions in quotes to ensure the
      intended expression is passed to this program.

* Denotes Default
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