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 co-developer and its available from singularsys.com.
- Jep Extensions
- Jep Extensions is a set of extensions to Jep which add symbolic operations, fast evaluation, a type system allowing evaluation using matrices and rational numbers, limited structured programing and conversion to MathML.
- GWT Jep
This simple calculator is made using `Jep/GWTJep
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