The function plotter lets you to evaluate and Plot continious functions with parameters.
The purpose of the function evaluator is to perform some arithmetic operations. To this end, the following arithmetic operatores are used to combine constants and variables.
Level 1 ^ Exponentiation
Level 2 * Multiplication / Division
Level 3 + Addition - Subtraction
Evaluation of Arithmetic Expression:
Rules:
To give a unique meaning to each arithmetic expression, it is necessary to establish two rules governing the evaluation of an arithmetic expression. The first is that preference is given to exponentiation (i.e., if the exponential operator appears in an expression, it is evaluated first--in other words, it ison the first or highest level of preference), then to either multiplication or division, and finally to addition or subscraction.
The second rule states that all arithmetic expression should be evaluated from the left to the right.
The third rule is there must be the same number of right and left parenthesis.
It includes the following built in functions and operators.
Supported operators, constants and functions in this expression evaluator library
Supported Operators
Operator | Description |
+ | Additive operator / Unary plus / Concatenate string / Datetime addition |
& | Concatenate string |
– | Subtraction operator / Unary minus / Datetime subtraction |
* | Multiplication operator, can be omitted in front of an open bracket |
/ | Division operator |
% | Remainder operator (Modulo) |
^ | Power operator |
Supported conditional statements
Conditional statement | Description |
IF(logical_condition, value_if_true, value_if_false) | Example: IF(2>1,"Pass","Fail") |
SWITCH(expression, val1,result1, [val2,result2], …, [default]) | Example: SWITCH(3+2,5,"Apple",7,"Mango",3,"Good","N/A") |
Supported logical and math functions
Function^{*} | Description |
AND(logical1, [logical2], …) | Determine if all conditions are TRUE |
OR(logical1, [logical2], …) | Determine if any conditions in a test are TRUE |
NOT(logical) | To confirm one value is not equal to another |
XOR(logical1, [logical2], …) | Exclusive OR function |
SUM(number1, [number2],…) | Return sum of numbers supplied |
AVERAGE(number1, [number2],…) | Return average of numbers supplied |
MIN(number1, [number2],…) | Return the smallest value from the numbers supplied |
MAX(number1, [number2],…) | Return the biggest value from the numbers supplied |
MOD(number, divisor) | Get remainder of two given numbers after division operator. |
ROUND(number, num_digits) | Returns the rounded approximation of given number using half-even rounding mode ( you can change to another rounding mode) |
FLOOR(number, significance) | Rounds a given number towards zero to the nearest multiple of a specified significance |
CEILING(number, significance) | Rounds a given number away from zero, to the nearest multiple of a given number |
POWER(number, power) | Returns the result of a number raised to a given power |
RAND() | Produces a random number between 0 and 1 |
SIN(number) | Returns the trigonometric sine of the angle given in radians |
SINH(number) | Returns the hyperbolic sine of a number |
ASIN(number) | Returns the arc sine of an angle, in the range of -pi/2 through pi/2 |
COS(number) | Returns the trigonometric cos of the angle given in radians |
COSH(number) | Returns the hyperbolic cos of a number |
ACOS(number) | Returns the arc cosine of an angle, in the range of 0.0 through pi |
TAN(number) | Returns the tangent of the angle given in radians |
TANH(number) | Returns the hyperbolic tangent of a number |
ATAN(number) | Returns the arc tangent of an angle given in radians |
ATAN2(x_number, y_number) | Returns the arctangent from x- and y-coordinates |
COT(number) | Returns the cotangent of an angle given in radians. |
COTH(number) | Returns the hyperbolic cotangent of a number |
SQRT(number) | Returns the correctly rounded positive square root of given number |
LN(number) | Returns the natural logarithm (base e) of given number |
LOG10(number) | Returns the logarithm (base 10) of given number |
EXP(number) | Returns e raised to the power of given number |
ABS(number) | Returns the absolute value of given number |
FACT(number) | Returns the factorial of a given number |
SEC(number) | Returns the secant of an angle given in radians |
CSC(number) | Returns the cosecant of an angle given in radians |
PI() | Return value of Pi |
RADIANS(degrees) | Convert degrees to radians |
DEGREES(radians) | Convert radians to degrees |
INT(number) | Returns the Integer value of given number |
Supported Constants
Constant | Description |
e | The value of e |
PI | The value of PI |
TRUE | The boolean true value |
FALSE | The boolean false value |
NULL | The null value |
Supported