The calculator is perfect for anyone working with non-decimal numeral systems, such as computer programmers or students studying numeral systems.
To use the calculator, the user inputs the math expression and the numeral system used (use the "Numeral system base" parameter to setup any base from 2 to 36, like 8 for octal, 16 for hexadecimal, and so on - capital English letters are used for digits from 10 to 36). The calculator then outputs the result in the same numeral system as the input and in decimal system for convenience.
It supports fractional numbers as well. Internally it uses the decimal numeral system, and results for fractional numbers may not always be precise. The number of digits after the point is set by the "Calculation precision" control. More on fractional numbers precision can be found here.
To use power input the expression in the form number^power (f.e. 110^10)