Jep
A Java library for parsing, evaluating mathematical equations.
 Core Jep
 Jep is a small fast mathematical parsing and evaluation library. It suports various datatype including, BigDecimals, strings and complex number and has a wide rang of built in functions. It is highly customizable allow diferent syntaxes for equations. I am codeveloper and its available from singularsys.com.
 Examples: The function plotter applications on the left have all been made using Jep. A console applet allows an interactive session.
 GWT Jep

GWT Jep is a javascript version of the core Jep library using the Google Web
Toolkit.
 Jep Extensions
 JepExtensions Adds many other features to the core jep library.
 matrices
 very fast evaluation over reals
 differentiation and symbolic manipulation
 Fields Allow calculations over specific fields such as the rationals.
 structured programming with for and while loops
 Mathml
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