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Algebra Solver -- Unfinished

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Re: Algebra Solver -- Unfinished

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I like very much the idea of this skin. I'll check the new releases.
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Re: Algebra Solver -- Unfinished

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Thanks! I try to work on it every day for at least 4 hours, excluding weekends. Although I might not follow that perfectly forever....

I mostly get time to do it at school, so...

When I'm done i want this to basically be Wolfram Alpha. but as a rainmeter skin, made by me, lol.

It's gonna be a while...

:D
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Re: Algebra Solver -- Unfinished

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Checked the last version. Congratulations. Everithing seems to be ok!
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Re: Algebra Solver -- Unfinished

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The ONLY thing that seems to be a bit... eh... non-ideal is that if you type "dafdsfa" it returns "0+dafdsfa". Oh, and if you do "/set variable s" and then "sqrt(9)" it will return an error. This is because it recognizes the "s" in "sqrt(9)" as a variable, so it then tries to solve for "s". Obviously, it cannont, so it returns an error code. It's not broken, just not ideal. I'd like to fix these things in the future, but for now, they're all good.
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I don't think it's a real problem. The skin is an equation solver, not a tool to find out or manipulate strings. So, it's ok.
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True. I found that if you were to do (-7+9), it wouldn't work. So... I'm fixing it, lol. Almost got it, but for some reason it's resetting the variable "Equation" as well. This shouldn't take long.
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AAAANd it's gonna take a while. You can download 30.7 and test it for me if you want...
I changed up how the input works, and this *should* not have broken anything while adding framework for me to set up better expression detection/evaluation.
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Wow! What a speed you have! Now when I read your last post, I gone to deviantart and found v31.2.
For now I can't see an obvious difference between the previouse version I've tested and this one. Both are working great. Congratulations!
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Re: Algebra Solver -- Unfinished

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I added dynamic scaling, as well as the /set scale command. I'm a bit busy today, but tomorrow I think I'll start working on the <(>) equations.
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