numerica: a package to numerically evaluate mathematical
expressions in their LaTeX form.
Andrew Parsloe (ajparsloe@gmail.com)
This work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions
of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3c of this
license or any later version; see
http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt
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The underlying aim of the numerica package is to numerically
evaluate mathematical expressions in the LaTeX form in which
they are typeset. Version 3.0.0 of numerica requires a LaTeX
distribution from October 2020 or later (when xparse became
available in LaTeX2e systems), as well as the packages
amsmath and mathtools.
V.3.0.0 allows use of the decimal comma, evaluates multiple
expressions within the one \eval command, and can output
results in the form of fractions. See the documentation,
numerica.pdf, on these (and many other) enhancements, and
for how to use the package.
Manifest
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README.txt this document
numerica.sty LaTeX .sty file
numerica.pdf documentation for use of numerica
numerica.tex documentation source file