A new version of the ExpressionEval component is released today!
It’s the 0.7 version.
-Simplification of errors management: only one error class now: ExprError.
for licensing, parse, exec and config (variable definition and function attachment)
-It’s now possible to get expression configuration errors on variable definitions (wrong syntax):
-Calculation expression can now have more than two operands.
The Component will apply default mathematical operators priority: First * and /, then + and -.
-Enum DoubleFunctionCallParamSeparators renamed by DecimalAndFunctionSeparators.
-Add new ExpressionEval functions:
ClearAllVarDefinition() Clear all variables definitions in the component.
RemoveAllFunctionAttachment() Remove All functions attachment in the component.
A Visual Studio solution is available on github at: https://github.com/Pierlam/ExpressionEval. This repository contains several code samples using this new version of the ExpressionEval library. See the folder TestExpressionEvalNetCoreApp in the solution to found code samples.
The component is available as a package on nuget here.