Add the ability for the calc widget to parse hex and binary numbers.
James Can you give a few examples?
For example 0x100 would return as 256.
0x10 * 4 would return 64.
0b101101 would return 45.
I think it would be best to have everything output as decimal by default and potentially have some method of converting the output of an operation to hex or binary.
James Right makes sense. Do any other search engines do this in your knowledge?
I really only know about Google, but they don't seem to support it
James Is this really the most important thing that you miss in Kagi right now? 🙂
James WolframAlpha seems to support most of what you're asking for. Perhaps it could complement Kagi in your workflow?
No. It's just a nice to have. I've been really enjoying the vim key bindings for scrolling through results
As with others, this isn't a dealbreaker but I was expecting it to work.
Searching Kagi for "192 in hex", it confidently gives the below:
Google correctly gives "192 =
Nice! Although just trying it out now, I'm noticing a little inconsistency (see below). Note 192 = 0o300 = 0xC0.
query -> result:
0o300 in decimal -> 192 ✅
0xC0 in decimal -> 192 ✅
192 in octal -> 0o300 ✅
192 in hex -> 192 😢