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PATCH: zcalc

If you were using a default base without showing the leading N#
(e.g. [##16]) using a previous value didn't get the base right.

Index: Functions/Misc/zcalc
RCS file: /cvsroot/zsh/zsh/Functions/Misc/zcalc,v
retrieving revision 1.2
diff -u -r1.2 zcalc
--- Functions/Misc/zcalc	2001/07/27 22:23:16	1.2
+++ Functions/Misc/zcalc	2001/08/16 16:31:14
@@ -135,10 +135,13 @@
     # Latest value is stored as a string, because it might be floating
     # point or integer --- we don't know till after the evaluation, and
     # arrays always store scalars anyway.
-    eval "latest=\$(( $base $line ))"
+    # 
+    # Since it's a string, we'd better make sure we know which
+    # base it's in, so don't change that until we actually print it.
+    eval "latest=\$(( $line ))"
-    print -- $latest
+    print -- $(( $base $latest ))

Peter Stephenson <pws@xxxxxxx>                  Software Engineer
CSR Ltd., Unit 300, Science Park, Milton Road,
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