MATH
Command: #math {variable} {expression}
Performs math operations and stores the result in a variable. The math
follows a Clike precedence, as follows, with the top of the list
having the highest priority.
Operators Priority Function

! 0 logical not
~ 0 bitwise not
* 1 integer multiply
** 1 integer power
/ 1 integer divide
// 1 integer sqrt // 2 or cbrt // 3
% 1 integer modulo
d 1 integer random dice roll
+ 2 integer addition
 2 integer subtraction
<< 3 bitwise shift
>> 3 bitwise shift
.. 3 bitwise ellipsis
> 4 logical greater than
>= 4 logical greater than or equal
< 4 logical less than
<= 4 logical less than or equal
== 5 logical equal (can use regex)
=== 5 logical equal (never regex)
!= 5 logical not equal (can use regex)
!== 5 logical not equal (never regex)
& 6 bitwise and
^ 7 bitwise xor
 8 bitwise or
&& 9 logical and
^^ 10 logical xor
 11 logical or
True is any nonzero number, and False is zero. Parentheses () have
highest precedence, so inside the () is always evaluated first.
Strings must be enclosed in { } and use regex with == and !=,
in the case of <= and >= the alphabetic order is compared.
The #if and #switch commands use #math. Several commands accepting
integer input allow math operations as well.
Floating point precision is added by using the decimal . operator.
Time in seconds is calculated using [day]:[hour]:<minute>:<second>.
Example: #math {heals} {$mana / 40}
Assuming there is a variable $mana, divides its value by 40 and stores
the result in $heals.
Example: #action {^You receive %0 experience} {updatexp %0}
#alias updatexp {#math {xpneed} {$xpneed  %0}
Let's say you have a variable which stores xp needed for your next
level. The above will modify that variable after every kill, showing
the amount still needed.
Example: #action {%0 tells %1}
{#if {{%0} == {Bubba} && $afk} {reply I'm away, my friend.}}
When you are away from keyboard, it will only reply to your friend.
Related: cat, format, function, local, mathematics, replace, script and variable.
