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TFunctionParser 7.4

This is a Math Parser for analyzing and evaluating mathematical functions.


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Total downloads: 116
  • Last Updated: Mar 21, 2011
  • License: Shareware EUR20.00
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000/2008/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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TFunctionParser is a Home & Education software developed by MHGS. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for TFunctionParser:

EditByBrothersoft: TFunctionParser™ is a Math Parser for analyzing and evaluating mathematical functions.
The function term is a user given string like 'sin(x)*t'. The function term can be changed at runtime.
TFunctionParser provides more then 90 mathematical intrinsic functions and operations. The user can define functions, constants and variable names himself.

Thus TFunctionParser is a software that can be used by software developers to build their own applications embedding a powerful and comprehensive mathematical parser for quick and easy analyzing and evaluating mathematical functions.

TFunctionParser provides the following features:

Algebraic syntax, not case sensitive
Floating point numbers (IEEE format)
Support of hexadecimal numbers
Angles in radians, degrees or gons
Userdefined variablenames (Default: x, y, z and t)
Implemented mathematical constants
Userdefined constants
More than 90 predefined mathematical functions and operations in TFunctionParser
Userdefined functions based on the predefined ones (macros)
functions can be nested, combined and inserted into other functions, like 'f(g(sin(1/x))+x/2)*h(g(x-1);pi)', where f(x), g(x) and h(x) are userdefined functions.
Easy to use
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