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Boolean Parser

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boolparser

This package defines a simple boolean parser using PyParsing that allows user defined variables and floating point numbers to be used in a nested boolean comparison. For example, if the variables a,*b*, and c are defined then the following string can be parsed

(a==1 & b<2) | c>4

The resolution of a, b, and c is left up to the user by inheriting from the class EvaluateVariable class and overriding the eval function. This allows the variables to be references to (say) data stored in a file.

BSD licensed.

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0.1

Release date: Dec 13, 2012

  • Initial import of boolean parser into git.

0.2

Release date: Mar 14, 2013

  • Fixing a few comments

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