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Math Parther Engine

, 30 Jul 2004
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A parser that understand the mathematical equations.Just enter the equation and you will get the result
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First of all, This is my first programm in my entire life, so please be mercy.

This is a simple Class that have a static method that takes a string represnt a mathematical equation (some thing like "4.5+23*43.45/(sin4)^2+ln5+(2+4.6)*4^2/Asin0.5") and get the result. It simply parse the equation and tray to solve it in a logical sequence.

Notes: It solve the equation in RAD not in DEG mode.
Notes: There is a bool variable is send as (ref) to verifay that there is no error happend during the solve of the equation


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Mohammed Azmy
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Egypt Egypt
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QuestionFirst parser engine in C#? PinmemberWillemM1-Aug-04 20:40 
AnswerRe: First parser engine in C#? PinmemberRoger J1-Aug-04 21:21 
AnswerFirst parser engine in HIS LIFE ! PinmemberKochise1-Aug-04 22:50 
Generalgood work ..go on Pinmemberpeski1-Aug-04 9:58 
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GeneralRe: No PinmemberRyan Binns31-Jul-04 20:30 
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