stdio Wcalc man-page
stdio-wcalc - Transmission line analysis/synthesis calculator.
stdio-wcalc [ -v|--verbose ] [ file ... ]
stdio-wcalc [ -h|--help ]
stdio-wcalc [ -V|--version ]
The stdio-wcalc program is a simple standard input/output interface to
libwcalc which is the numerical engine for the wcalc program. The
input is read from the standard input on a line at a time basis. Each
line consists of a command followed by the numerical arguments.
The analysis and synthesis functions supported by stdio-wcalc are the
same as those in the scilab, octave, and matlab frontends to wcalc.
Please refer to the man pages listed at the end of this man page for
details on each of the supported functions. The syntax used by
stdio-wcalc is slightly different than scilab/octave/matlab. Instead
of [a,b,c] = somefn(x,y,z) as you would use in scilab, octave, or mat-
lab, you simply enter somefn x y z as the input line to stdio-wcalc and
the standard output will be a b c
In addition to the analysis and synthesis functions, stdio-wcalc sup-
ports the "version" command which returns the current version of the
wcalc(1), air_coil_calc(n), air_coil_syn(n), coax_calc(n), coax_syn(n),
ic_microstrip_calc(n), ic_microstrip_syn(n), microstrip_calc(n),
microstrip_syn(n), stripline_calc(n), stripline_syn(n)
Wcalc was written by Dan McMahill <email@example.com>
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