MathEvaluator 2.0.2
See the version list below for details.
dotnet add package MathEvaluator version 2.0.2
NuGet\InstallPackage MathEvaluator Version 2.0.2
<PackageReference Include="MathEvaluator" Version="2.0.2" />
paket add MathEvaluator version 2.0.2
#r "nuget: MathEvaluator, 2.0.2"
// Install MathEvaluator as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=MathEvaluator&version=2.0.2 // Install MathEvaluator as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=MathEvaluator&version=2.0.2
Math Expression Evaluator in .NET
Overview
MathEvaluator is a .NET library that allows you to evaluate and compile any mathematical expressions from a string dynamically.
Features
 Supports different mathematical contexts, such as scientific, programming, and other custom contexts.
 Evaluates to double, boolean, or decimal.
 Compiles a math expression string into executable code and produces a delegate that represents the math expression.
 Provides variable support within math expressions.
 Extensible with custom functions and operators.
 Fast and comprehensive. More than 1300 tests are passed, including complex math expressions (for example, 3^4sin(π/2) or sin3/cos1).
Articles
Evaluating Boolean Expressions. Comparison with NCalc.
Installation
dotnet add package MathEvaluator
Alternatively, you can install the package using the NuGet Package Manager Console:
InstallPackage MathEvaluator
Perfomance
This math expression evaluator is designed for exceptional performance by leveraging modern .NET features and best practices, which is why it targets .NET Standard 2.1 or higher.
This highperformance evaluator stands out due to its use of ReadOnlySpan<char>
, avoidance of regular expressions, and reliance on static methods. These design choices collectively ensure minimal memory allocation, fast parsing, and efficient execution.
The evaluator uses recursive method calls to handle mathematical operations based on operator precedence and rules, an operator with highest precedence is evaluating first. This approach avoids the overhead associated with stack or queue data structures.
The evaluator uses a prefix tree, also known as a trie (pronounced "try"), for efficient searching of variables, operators, and functions by their keys (names) when providing a specific mathematical context or adding custom variables, operators, and functions is required.
Let's compare, for example, performance of calculating the mathematical expression:
22888.32 * 30 / 323.34 / .5  1 / (2 + 22888.32) * 4  6
Below are the results of the comparison with the NCalc library:
Method  Job  Runtime  Mean  Error  StdDev  Gen0  Allocated 

MathEvaluator  .NET 6.0  .NET 6.0  674.6 ns  4.76 ns  4.46 ns  0.0057  80 B 
NCalc  .NET 6.0  .NET 6.0  8,504.8 ns  121.32 ns  113.48 ns  0.3967  5160 B 
MathEvaluator  .NET 8.0  .NET 8.0  575.6 ns  10.08 ns  9.43 ns  0.0057  80 B 
NCalc  .NET 8.0  .NET 8.0  6,368.1 ns  42.85 ns  37.99 ns  0.3510  4472 B 
NOTE: NCalc includes builtin caching, enabled by default in recent versions. While this can improve benchmark performance, in realworld scenarios, caching may increase memory usage and is not effective if the evaluation results depend on variable values. In such cases, compilation is a better alternative.
Compilation
Added in version 2.0.0
By using compilation, you can convert any mathematical expression string into a delegate, such as Func<T, TResult> or Func<TResult>, which significantly improves performance when evaluating the expression. However, since compilation takes time, it is beneficial to compile the expression beforehand if you plan to evaluate it multiple times, especially for 200 or more iterations. Refer to the benchmarks for detailed performance insights.
How to use
Examples of using string extentions:
"22888.32 * 30 / 323.34 / .5  1 / (2 + 22888.32) * 4  6".Evaluate();
"22888.32 * 30 / 323.34 / .5  1 / (2 + 22888.32) * 4  6".EvaluateDecimal();
"$22,888.32 * 30 / 323.34 / .5   1 / (2 + $22,888.32) * 4  6".Evaluate(null, new CultureInfo("enUS"));
"22’888.32 CHF * 30 / 323.34 / .5   1 / (2 + 22’888.32 CHF) * 4  6".EvaluateDecimal(null, new CultureInfo("deCH"));
"ln(1/0.5 + √(1/(0.5^2) + 1))".Evaluate(new ScientificMathContext());
"ln(1/0,5 + √(1/(0,5^2) + 1))".Evaluate(new ScientificMathContext(), new CultureInfo("fr"));
"ln(1/0.5 + √(1/(0.5^2) + 1))".EvaluateDecimal(new DecimalScientificMathContext());
"ln(1/0,5 + √(1/(0,5^2) + 1))".EvaluateDecimal(new DecimalScientificMathContext(), new CultureInfo("fr"));
"4 % 3".Evaluate(new ProgrammingMathContext());
"4 mod 3".EvaluateDecimal(new DecimalScientificMathContext());
"4 <> 4 OR 5.4 = 5.4 AND NOT 0 < 1 XOR 1.0  1.95 * 2 >= 12.9 + 0.1 / 0.01".EvaluateBoolean(new ProgrammingMathContext());
"¬⊥∧⊤∨¬⊤⇒¬⊤".EvaluateBoolean(new ScientificMathContext());
Examples of using an instance of the MathExpression class:
new MathExpression("22888.32 * 30 / 323.34 / .5  1 / (2 + 22888.32) * 4  6").Evaluate();
new MathExpression("22888.32 * 30 / 323.34 / .5  1 / (2 + 22888.32) * 4  6").EvaluateDecimal();
new MathExpression("$22,888.32 * 30 / 323.34 / .5   1 / (2 + $22,888.32) * 4  6", null, new CultureInfo("enUS")).Evaluate();
new MathExpression("22’888.32 CHF * 30 / 323.34 / .5   1 / (2 + 22’888.32 CHF) * 4  6", null, new CultureInfo("deCH")).EvaluateDecimal();
new MathExpression("ln(1/0.5 + √(1/(0.5^2) + 1))", new ScientificMathContext()).Evaluate();
new MathExpression("ln(1/0,5 + √(1/(0,5^2) + 1))", new ScientificMathContext(), new CultureInfo("fr")).Evaluate();
new MathExpression("ln(1/0.5 + √(1/(0.5^2) + 1))", new DecimalScientificMathContext()).EvaluateDecimal();
new MathExpression("ln(1/0,5 + √(1/(0,5^2) + 1))", new DecimalScientificMathContext(), new CultureInfo("fr")).EvaluateDecimal();
new MathExpression("4 % 3", new ProgrammingMathContext()).Evaluate();
new MathExpression("4 mod 3", new DecimalScientificMathContext()).EvaluateDecimal();
new MathExpression("4 <> 4 OR 5.4 = 5.4 AND NOT 0 < 1 XOR 1.0  1.95 * 2 >= 12.9 + 0.1 / 0.01", new ProgrammingMathContext()).EvaluateBoolean();
new MathExpression("¬⊥∧⊤∨¬⊤⇒¬⊤", new ScientificMathContext()).EvaluateBoolean();
Examples of passing custom variables and functions as parameters:
var x1 = 0.5;
var x2 = 0.5;
var sqrt = Math.Sqrt;
Func<double, double> ln = Math.Log;
var value1 = "ln(1/x1 + sqrt(1/(x2*x2) + 1))"
.Evaluate(new { x1, x2, sqrt, ln });
var parameters = new MathParameters();
parameters.BindVariable(0.5, "x1");
parameters.BindVariable(0.5, "x2");
parameters.BindFunction(Math.Sqrt);
parameters.BindFunction(d => Math.Log(d), "ln");
var value2 = "ln(1/x1 + Math.Sqrt(1/(x2*x2) + 1))"
.Evaluate(parameters);
Example of using custom context:
var context = new MathContext();
context.BindFunction(Math.Sqrt);
context.BindFunction(d => Math.Log(d), "ln");
"ln(1/x1 + Math.Sqrt(1/(x2*x2) + 1))"
.Evaluate(new { x1 = 0.5, x2 = 0.5 }, context);
Examples of compilation:
Func<decimal> fn1 = "22’888.32 CHF * 30 / 323.34 / .5   1 / (2 + 22’888.32 CHF) * 4  6"
.CompileDecimal(null, new CultureInfo("deCH"));
var value1 = fn1();
var fn2 = "ln(1/x1 + √(1/(x2*x2) + 1))"
.Compile(new { x1 = 0.0, x2 = 0.0 }, new ScientificMathContext());
var value2 = fn2(new { x1 = 0.5, x2 = 0.5 });
Supported math functions, operators, and constants
When no mathematical context is specified:
Notation  Precedence  

Addition  +  0 
Subtraction, Negativity    0 
Multiplication  *  100 
Division  /  100 
Parentheses  ( )  200 
Currency symbol  depends on culture info 
Programming Math Context (using ProgrammingMathContext class):
Notation  Precedence  

Addition  +  0 
Subtraction, Negativity    0 
Multiplication  *  100 
Division  /  100 
Parentheses  ( )  200 
Currency symbol  depends on culture info  
Exponentiation  **  400 
Modulus  %  100 
Floor Division  //  100 
Logical constants  true, false, True, False, TRUE, FALSE  300 
Equality  =  100 
Inequality  <>  100 
Less than  <  100 
Greater than  >  100 
Less than or equal  <=  100 
Greater than or equal  >=  100 
Logical negation  not, Not, NOT  200 
Logical AND  and, And, AND  300 
Logical exclusive OR  xor, Xor, XOR  400 
Logical OR  or, Or, OR  500 
Scientific Math Context (using ScientificMathContext class):
Notation  Precedence  

Addition  +  0 
Subtraction, Negativity    0 
Multiplication  *, ×, or ·  100 
Division  / or ÷  100 
Parentheses  ( )  200 
Currency symbol  depends on culture info  
Exponentiation  ^  400 
Modulus  mod, Mod, MOD, modulo, Modulo, or MODULO  100 
Floor Division  //  100 
Absolute   , abs, Abs, ABS  200 
Ceiling  ⌈ ⌉  200 
Floor  ⌊ ⌋  200 
Square root, cube root, fourth root  √, ∛, ∜  200 
Natural logarithmic base  e  300 
Natural logarithm  ln, Ln, LN  200 
Common logarithm (base 10)  log, Log, LOG  200 
Factorial  !  500 
Infinity  ∞  300 
Logical constants  true, false, True, False, TRUE, FALSE, T, F, ⊤, ⊥  300 
Equality  =  100 
Inequality  ≠  100 
Less than  <  100 
Greater than  >  100 
Less than or equal  ≤, ⪯  100 
Greater than or equal  ≥, ⪰  100 
Logical negation  ¬, not, Not, NOT  500 for ¬, 200 
Logical AND  ∧, and, And, AND  300 
Logical exclusive OR  ⊕, xor, Xor, XOR  400 
Logical OR  ∨, or, Or, OR  500 
Logical implication  →, ⇒, ←, ⟸  800 
Logical biconditional equivalence  ↔, ⇔  900 
Logical biconditional inequivalence  ↮, ⇎  900 
Logical equivalence  ≡  1000 
Logical inequivalence  ≢  1000 
Degree  °  500 
Pi constant  π, pi, Pi, PI  300 
Tau constant  τ  300 
Sine  sin, Sin, SIN  200 
Cosine  cos, Cos, COS  200 
Tangent  tan, Tan, TAN  200 
Secant  sec, Sec, SEC  200 
Cosecant  csc, Csc, CSC  200 
Cotangent  cot, Cot, COT  200 
Hyperbolic sine  sinh, Sinh, SINH  200 
Hyperbolic cosine  cosh, Cosh, COSH  200 
Hyperbolic tangent  tanh, Tanh, TANH  200 
Hyperbolic secant  sech, Sech, SECH  200 
Hyperbolic cosecant  csch, Csch, CSCH  200 
Hyperbolic cotangent  coth, Coth, COTH  200 
Inverse sine  arcsin, Arcsin, ARCSIN, sin^1, Sin^1, SIN^1  200 
Inverse cosine  arccos, Arccos, ARCCOS, cos^1, Cos^1, COS^1  200 
Inverse tangent  arctan, Arctan, ARCTAN, tan^1, Tan^1, TAN^1  200 
Inverse secant  arcsec, Arcsec, ARCSEC, sec^1, Sec^1, SEC^1  200 
Inverse cosecant  arccsc, Arccsc, ARCCSC, csc^1, Csc^1, CSC^1  200 
Inverse cotangent  arccot, Arccot, ARCCOT, cot^1, Cot^1, COT^1  200 
Inverse Hyperbolic sine  arsinh, Arsinh, ARSINH, sinh^1, Sinh^1, SINH^1  200 
Inverse Hyperbolic cosine  arcosh, Arcosh, ARCOSH, cosh^1, Cosh^1, COSH^1  200 
Inverse Hyperbolic tangent  artanh, Artanh, ARTANH, tanh^1, Tanh^1, TANH^1  200 
Inverse Hyperbolic secant  arsech, Arsech, ARSECH, sech^1, Sech^1, SECH^1  200 
Inverse Hyperbolic cosecant  arcsch, Arcsch, ARCSCH, csch^1, Csch^1, CSCH^1  200 
Inverse Hyperbolic cotangent  arcoth, Arcoth, ARCOTH, coth^1, Coth^1, COTH^1  200 
How to evaluate C# math string expression
DotNetStandartMathContext is the .NET Standart 2.1 programming math context supports all constants and functions provided by the System.Math class, and supports equlity, comparision, logical boolean operators.
Example of evaluating C# expression:
"2 * Math.Log(1/0.5f + Math.Sqrt(1/Math.Pow(0.5d, 2) + 1L))".Evaluate(new DotNetStandartMathContext());
NOTE: More math functions could be added to the math expression evaluator based on user needs.
Contributing
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License
This project is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0  see the LICENSE file for details.
Contact
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1.1.7  79  8/27/2024 
It targets .NET Standard 2.1 and higher version.
Supports different mathematical contexts, such as scientific, programming, and other custom contexts.
Evaluates to double, boolean, or decimal.
Compiles a math expression string into executable code and produces a delegate that represents the math expression.
Provides variable support within math expressions.
Extensible with custom functions and operators.