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A c# library for parsing mathemitical expressions with support for parentheses and variables.
C#
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Variables are now bound by name instead of position.

Added new overload for passing variables as named arguments.
Added new overload for getting compiled delegate from the expression.
latest commit 3a3e05e2db
Giorgi authored

README.md

Math Expression Evaluator is a library for evaluating simple mathematical expressions. It supports simple expressions such as 2.5+5.9, 17.89-2.47+7.16, 5/2/2+1.5*3+4.58, expressions with parentheses (((9-6/2)*2-4)/2-6-1)/(2+24/(2+4)) and expressions with variables:

var a = 6;
var b = 4.32m;
var c = 24.15m;
Assert.That(engine.Evaluate("(((9-a/2)*2-b)/2-a-1)/(2+c/(2+4))",new { a, b, c}), 
            Is.EqualTo((((9 - a / 2) * 2 - b) / 2 - a - 1) / (2 + c / (2 + 4))));

It is also possible to specify variables by using named arguments like this:

dynamic dynamicEngine = new ExpressionEvaluator();

var a = 6;
var b = 4.5m;
var c = 2.6m;
Assert.That(dynamicEngine.Evaluate("(c+b)*a", a: 6, b: 4.5, c: 2.6),
            Is.EqualTo((c + b) * a));
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