} OK I would like to know how this monstrosity made it into Debian Stable:
} $ whatis bc
} bc (1) - An arbitrary precision calculator language
} $ bc
} bc 1.06
} Copyright 1991-1994, 1997, 1998, 2000 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
} This is free software with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
} For details type `warranty'.
} I have looked into the man page, and nothing there indicates this kind of
} nonsense. I hereby propose renaming the package into "a calculator with a
} very arbitrary precision"
RTFM and quit your whining. The man page refers to the scale variable.
By default, scale is 0 and only integers are returned:
- From: Oleg <firstname.lastname@example.org>