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|Name=MathParseKit
 
|Name=MathParseKit
 
|Short description=MPK
 
|Short description=MPK
|Full description=MathParseKit is a C++ Library that allows an easy integration of a mathematical functions interpreter.
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|Full description=MathParseKit is a C++ Library that allows an easy integration of a mathematical functions interpreter.  
 
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Differently from common thought, a mathematical interpreter is not a niche software component, but can become useful in a lot of applications allowing powerful user interactions.
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|Homepage URL=https://github.com/B3rn475/MathParseKit
 
|Homepage URL=https://github.com/B3rn475/MathParseKit
 
|VCS checkout command=git clone https://github.com/B3rn475/MathParseKit
 
|VCS checkout command=git clone https://github.com/B3rn475/MathParseKit
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|Keywords=Math Interpreter Parser
 
|Keywords=Math Interpreter Parser
 
|Version status=stable
 
|Version status=stable
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|Last review by=Jgay
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|Last review date=2014/08/16
 
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MathParseKit

https://github.com/B3rn475/MathParseKit
MathParseKit is a C++ Library that allows an easy integration of a mathematical functions interpreter.




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Differently from common thought, a mathematical interpreter is not a niche software component, but can become useful in a lot of applications allowing powerful user interactions.




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