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A Python library evaluate mathematical expressions in the same manner as MathJS.

Project description

mathjspy

mathjspy is a Python library evaluate mathematical expressions in the same manner as MathJS.

The purpose is to allow calculation of expressions in python that are consistent with what is calculated through MathJS.

Many thanks to MathJS for their hard work in developing an excellent mathematical expression interpreter. http://mathjs.org

Official documentation

The homepage is http://mathjspy.readthedocs.org You will find:

  • every installation methods
  • the official documentation
  • code examples
  • instructions for contributing

0.0.9 (unreleased)

  • Updated for Python3

0.0.8 (unreleased)

  • Fixed addition following subtraction
  • Added a ? b : c syntax

0.0.7 (unreleased)

  • Override divide by zero errors for now.

0.0.6 (unreleased)

  • Moved depreciated ifElse function to ifElseAlt until a ? b : c syntax supported.

0.0.5 (unreleased)

  • Changed IRR function.

0.0.3 (unreleased)

  • Allow tuple / array data types for functions.

0.0.2 (unreleased)

  • Added log function

0.0.1 (unreleased)

Initial Release

  • Initial project released in Alpha.

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