How about multiplication? Is there a key that can multiply as the back slash does in the command line? Thanks,Mark

For V5, you have to put

`=(n*m)`

where n and m are numbers of courseâ€¦ You can put any of the four operators inside the parens in any combination.

The =() are not necessary in V6, you can type formulas directly

â€“Mitch

Very helpful, thanks â€”Mark

I work in inches most the time. Sometimes I get a dimension of 21â€™-6" . So how could I type in =(21*12+6) to equal 258" thanksâ€”Mark

You would need to type `=((21*12)+6)`

i.e. you need a second set of parentheses. Operations inside parentheses are executed first. --Mitch

Hi Mitch, I did try the way to input for feet and inches. Didnâ€™t have luck with that example you showed. Guess I will stick with a calculator close by. The one in the Rhino app is a bit small. â€”Mark

Although ,I did not use the = as in your first example. Iâ€™ll fiddle with it a bit more. â€”Mark

Yes I did not put the = in there. Only the parenthesis. Iâ€™ll try that snd let you know.

Got it to work, thanks to you Mitch