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Flee - Fast Lightweight Expression Evaluator
Expression evaluator that will evaluate a string that contains an expression and return the result of that expression. Expressions can include parentheses to control evaluation priorities and the currently supported operators are "+", "-", "*", "/" and "%".
In addition, expressions can contain...
This is a port of NCalc for .NET Core applications.
C# Eval Expression is an Eval function. You can Evaluate, Compile and Execute C# code at runtime.
Include free and prime features.
A quotations evaluator for F# based on LINQ expression tree compilation. Some constructs are not supported and performance may be slower than F# compiled code. Based on the old F# 2.0 PowerPack code.
A C# library for parsing mathematical expressions with support for parentheses and variables.
A multi-platform expression parsing and evaluating framework.
A .Net implementation of [JsonLogic](http://jsonlogic.com).
A Simple Math and Pseudo C# Expression Evaluator in One C# File. Can also execute small C# like scripts
Use C# as script.
Simple helper for C# code runtime compilation and excution using Mono.CSharp.Evaluator
(C# - Source file).
Uses Mono.CSharp.dll version 3.12
The «Expression Library» is introduced to bring the world of «Code Execution» and the «Free Definition of Formulas» in an existing application together. So the primary goal of this component is to allow the applications user expressing any formula of mathematics, string check or dynamic data...
With this library you can evaluate math expressions fast and easily. Expression will be compiled into native code, also you can dynamicly change variables.
A parser and compiler for arithmetic expressions, with error reporting. Inspired by Roslyn.
Easy to use extensible expression evaluator built on top of Sprache parser library. Compiles expressions to native code for best performance. Supports custom functions and parameters.
RPN Expression Parser and Evaluator
Simple compiler of mathematical expressions.
Calcex is a basic parser and evaluator for mathematical expressions built on .NET Core.
MES is a mathematical expressions evaluator. While being fairly simple it's heavily focused on being generic, modular, and extensible. Supports custom functions!