MathExprEval
Stable Version 2.0.0 (O11)
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Published on 21 December 2018 by 
Created on 02 December 2016
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Mathematical expression evaluator based on NCALC.DLL.
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MathExprEval is a simple wrapper around the NCalc .NET library, which in turn is based on the ANTLR parser framework.

What’s new (2.0.0)

Upgraded to P11. Fixed some typos on the example help screen. Removed dependency on LiverpoolTheme (though it still relies on WebPatterns).

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11.0.0.200
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