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I do this on the js console in the browser

What's sad is that JavaScript isn't a very convenient language for this type of thing, but it's available (Math.pow(x, y) instead of x \\ y, limited integer accuracy, etc). I usually use the Python REPL, but occasionally I use the browser, it's just so ubiquitous.

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