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Am using visual studio 6.0 on windows.
I have a mathematical expression in my Vc++ code say for example (34sin(20)*2/54.66) as a Cstring.
I want to be able to call the visual foxpro evaluate function to evaluate this string and store it in a double variable in visual c++.
Pls. respond as soon as possible with detailed steps.

What I have tried:

Help needed. is it possible to give detailed solution
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