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Expression Evaluator + aggregate functions support

  •    CSharp

Simple library for expressions evaluation that supports variables in expression and aggregative functions to parse and evaluate expression against tabular data.

infix - A Clojure library for expressing LISP expressions as infix rather than prefix notation

  •    Clojure

A small Clojure library for representing LISP expressions in infix rather than prefix notation... sometimes it's easier to rely on operator precedence, instead of LISP's insistence on parentheses – this is especially true when dealing with mathematical equations. An infix expression is rewritten as a prefix expression using a macro. The operator precedence rules were taken from Wikipedia. Any function calls should generally have parens around the arguments and not the function name. Aliased unary operators (as outlined below) do not need parens however.






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