mhinks at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 16:41:33 EDT 2005
I think it's a good idea - very useful when you want the end user to
be able to enter their own mathematical expressions to have a
pre-built parser and evaluator.
There's an interesting article on the topic (and a full implementation
(in VB.NET)) at
Hope that helps,
On 6/7/05, Alek Storm <stormdoggy at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/7/05, Kornél Pál <kornelpal at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > >This function evaluates mathematical expressions. Currently it
> > >only does addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and
> > >exponents, but can be easily extended. It's meant to work like the
> > eval() is supported in .NET Framework implementation of JScript.NET but it
> > is not yet implemented in Mono.
> > eval() is intended to execute any valid JScript.NET code so it should use
> > the built in JScript.NET compiler instead of a separate interpreter
> > implementation.
> > But if your work is just a mathematical expression evaluator that targets
> > any language I think it is useful.
> > Kornél
> eval(), then. But yes, it does do mathematical expressions.
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