JbcParser for Java 3.1

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0.0
Version:
3.1
Size:
488 KB
License [?]:
Shareware
Price:
$19.95 USD
Last Updated:
Category:
Components and Libraries Software
Developer:
bestcode.com
Operating System:
Unix Mac Linux Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003
Additional Requirements:
None
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Not available

JbcParser for Java Review

" Evaluates math expressions given as strings at runtime. "

JbcParser is a mathematical expression parser for Java. It parses and evaluates expressions given as strings at runtime. Comes with predefined math functions. Users can define their own functions and variables.

Component features include:

Easy to use component API.
Comes with predefined functions.
You can create custom functions/variables and get a callback to your own functions that you define in your source code.
Optimization: Constant expression elimination for repeated tasks.
Analytic Operators: +, -, /, *, ^
Logical Operators: <, >, =, &, |, !, <>, <=, >=
Paranthesis: (, {, [
Functions in the form of: f(x,y,z,...)
List of predefined functions is available in the documentation.
Royalty free distribution at affordable price.
Source code is included.


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