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Equation Analyzer(Parser)

, 17 Jun 2004
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This is a very Useful DLL I use it to parse equations online.
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Introduction

This is a very Useful DLL I use it to parse equations online.

 

It support the:

1-    basic mathematical operations (addition, subtraction, production, division)2-

2-    ( sin, cos ,tan ,root ,sqr ,log ,ln ,sinh , cosh , tanh)

 

 

 And six different variables: (X, Y, Z, A, B, C)

 

 

 

 

 

Can be use in:

 

1-    Make a scientific calculation, with the right mathematical operation order.

2-    Use it two draw user input equation up to 6 variables. By let the User input the equation then use the DLL to parse the equation, and looping to Draw the graph.

 

 

 

The Test Program:

 

      Show how can use the DLL to calculate an equation in three variables.

 

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GeneralMy vote of 5 PinmemberMember 801778325-Jun-11 22:45 
GeneralIs this dll support exponential equation Pinmemberm0fauzi25-Dec-08 23:44 
Generalthanks......but ! ! ! ! PinmemberSNIPER200022-Sep-07 13:02 
Questionreturn value Pinmembermacous17-May-06 11:42 

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