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MathParser (Flash Pro)

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MathParser takes a math equation as a string and returns a number.

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MathParser for Flash Professional CC is a component library (SWC file) which takes a math equation as a string value and returns a resulting number.

Ideal for UI user input involving strings, operators, and numbers.

Use MathParser (Flash Pro) to build calculators for online and desktop.

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License

Simple Public License 2.0

Features

  • Quickly resolve math equations without writing blocks of code
  • Resolves UI user input involving string, operators, and numbers
  • Convenient component library (SWC file)
  • Simple to use (define a MathParser object in one line of code)
  • Four simple methods (eval, answer, errorCode, and errorTable)

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

ActionScript

Registered

2014-05-24

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