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Fast math parsers. EquTranslator & CxTranslator.  
It's a fast math evaluator with parse-tree builder and user-friendly interface for parsing and calculation a run-time defined math expression. CxTranslator is parser for complex numbers math exp. The math expressions is represented as string in a function style F(x1, x2,..., xn) =f(x1, x2,..., xn). The main characteristics of the parsers: · extremely fast, · procedural and OOP implementation, · unlimited number of variables, · exception mechanism provided, · ASCII and UNICODE supports, · can be extended by user defined functions and constants. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Key words: math parser arithmetic complex component dll equation formula function expression scientific evaluator evaluate calculate parse c++ delphi vb net c# interpretator programming statistics science computation calculator engineering solver fast
Submitted: Oct 23, 2004
The CINT C/C++ Interpreter  
This is a C/C++ interpreter which is aimed at processing C/C++ scripts. Scripts are programs which perform specific tasks. Generally execution time is not critical, but rapid development is. Using an interpreter the compile and link cycle is dramatically reduced facilitating rapid development. CINT covers about 95% of ANSI C and 85% of C++. CINT, written in ANSI C (about 80000 loc), is solid enough to interpret itself and let the interpreted version execute a program.
Submitted: Jan 16, 2000
Interpcom is a command interpreter library in C that can be used to build scientific applications. It is very easy to add new commands. The library contains an expression evaluator that can be used to parse the arguments of the commands. It is possible to define "objects" which are arrays of numbers having a name, and structures. It is possible to use threads (several programs running simultaneously). The distribution contains a mathematical and graphic application.
Submitted: Jan 16, 2000
CH is a superset of C interpreter. With its new features, CH is a very high-level language (VHLL) environment and is as easy to use as Basic. CH can be used for Unix/Windows shell programming, WWW Common Gateway Interface (CGI), world-wide distributed network computing, scientific computing, real-time control of mechatronic systems, and many other applications.
Submitted: Apr 24, 1998

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