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Boost provides free peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries. Boost libraries are intended to be widely useful, and usable across a broad spectrum of applications. It supports String, Containers, Streams, Generic programming, Concurrent programming, Math, Memory and lot more.
A Mathematics Equation Editor. Lets you type in equations, which can be added to documents and webpages. It features a simple graphical interface, equation list management, MathML support, and the unique feature "Mathcasting" for adding math to XHTML.
GNU Octave is a high-level interpreted language, primarily intended for numerical computations. It provides capabilities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems, and for performing other numerical experiments. It also provides extensive graphics capabilities for data visualization and manipulation. Octave Forge is a place for development of its packages; from bioinformatics and fuzzy logic to mechanics and instrument control.
Mathematics formula renderer for Microsoft Word. Easy to use and really fast + Mathematics drawing toolbar for Microsoft Word + Math exercices storage Database for Microsoft Access. Available in French and English!!!
SysTools is a library of utility routines amp; classes for Borland Delphi, C++Builder, amp; environments that support COM. It includes 1-D amp; 2-D bar codes, sorting, money routines, logging, high-precision math, a run-time math expression analyzer, amp; much more.
win-bash is port of the GNU bash for Microsoft Windows NT based systems. It is independent from the cygwin library and any other non-standard DLL and does not need any registry variables. win-bash is based on bash_nt from Mountain Math Softw
This is the fast and Free (LGPL license) real time MPEG Audio Layer 1, 2 and 3 decoding library and console player. It uses floating point or integer math, along with several special optimizations (3DNow, SSE, ARM, ...) to make it most efficient.
Ever wanted to do a sum without using a calculator? Wouldn't it be great to just type out say, 4*(3+2)/9, in any application and have it replaced by the result? InvisiCalc watches the clipboard for math expressions and calculates any that it finds for you to copy and paste the result!