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Evaluation Engine 1.3

, 15 Apr 2009
The Evaluation Engine is a parser and interpreter that can be used to build a Business Rules Engine. It allows for mathematical and boolean expressions, operand functions, variables, variable assignment, comments, and short-circuit evaluation. A syntax editor is also included.
EvaluationEngine.zip
Source
EvaluationEngine.suo
Source
ConsoleTest
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Release
ConsoleTest.exe
ConsoleTest.pdb
ConsoleTest.vshost.exe
EvaluationEngine.dll
EvaluationEngine.pdb
Properties
EvaluationEngine
bin
Release
EvaluationEngine.dll
EvaluationEngine.pdb
ClassDiagram1.cd
Evaluate
Parser
Properties
Support
RulesCalculator
bin
Release
EvaluationEngine.dll
EvaluationEngine.pdb
Expressions
RulesCalculator.exe
RulesCalculator.pdb
RulesCalculator.vshost.exe
Properties
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Resources
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RulesEngine.ico

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About the Author

Arash Javadi
Software Developer (Junior)
Iran (Islamic Republic Of) Iran (Islamic Republic Of)
he studied MCSD (C# based 2003) and MCDBA (2005) CWNA, CWNP at Sematech
IC Programming with 8051, AVR , IC desighn with FPGA and board desigh at Contronic Co

He also worked on Wireless Low level TCP/IP Programmable Module and video motion Detection algorithm
he is student of Industrial engineering in University of Payam e noor Tehran learning about PMBOK and management systems.
He has Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) and also he studied German language in ökf österreichisches Kulturforum

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