eval_ex 1.0.12
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A mathematical and boolean expression evaluator, ported from https://github.com/uklimaschewski/EvalEx.

example/main.dart

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import 'package:eval_ex/expression.dart';

void main() {
  Expression exp = Expression("2 ^ 4 + 8");
  print(exp.eval().toString()); // 24

  // With a variable
  exp = Expression("a ^ b + c");
  // Variables may contain alphanumeric characters, and "_". This can be changed
  // by using setVariableCharacters(..) and setFirstVariableCharacters(..) (what chars variable are allowed to start with).
  exp.setStringVariable("a", "2");
  exp.setStringVariable("b", "4");
  exp.setStringVariable("c", "8");
  print(exp.eval().toString()); // 24

  // With a function
  exp = Expression("MAX(-7,8)");
  print(exp.eval().toString()); // 8

  // Boolean logic
  exp = Expression("1>0 && 5 == 5");
  print(exp.eval().toString()); // 1

  exp = Expression("1>0 && 5 == 4");
  print(exp.eval().toString()); // 0
}
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A mathematical and boolean expression evaluator, ported from https://github.com/uklimaschewski/EvalEx.

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