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 10262010, 10:17 PM #1Member
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Output Equations in Java
Hello,
I was wondering if anyone knew of a library that could take an equation like
Java Code:x = (b + (b^24ac)^(1/2))/2
And turned it into something like:
Preferably I would not like the output to be an image, but an image output is fine. I just wanted to check if something like this exists before I start coding it myself.
Thanks
 10282010, 10:27 PM #2Member
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Would this be a better placed question somewhere else?
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hey,
first.I can't help you.But what do you want to achieve.That the parameters in this new Form will be valuable themselfs? If you know what i mean?
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There are some packages in Java, that you can draw equations, graphs, shapes, etc.. Search on Google.
David J. Eck
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I once generated html version 3.2. tags from an infix expression (there's a little thread about it in the AWT/Swing forum). First the infix expression was parsed to its abstract syntax tree; a visitor would visit all the nodes (where the nodes would tell the visitor their type of node) and html code was generated. It turned out a bit of a mess because html 3.2 isn't well suited to mark up mathematical expressions. Here's an example: the expression:
Java Code:((b + sqrt(b**24*a*c))/2*a)
Java Code:b + b 2 ** 4 a * c *  sqrt + 2 / a *
Java Code:(<i>b</i>+<font color="#cc"><b>√</b></font>(<i>b</i><sup><font color="#8000">2</font></sup>−<font color="#8000">4</font>· <i>a</i>·<i>c</i>)) ⁄ <font color="#8000">2</font>·<i>a</i>
kind regards,
Jos
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