How to evaluate (V / F) an expression of the form # = #

10312014, 11:34 AM
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RE: How to evaluate (V / F) an expression of the form # = #
x² == 9  (x = 3.1) works fine, but the idea is that the input is an equation, entry is very ugly expression ( expr == expr )
eg I ask a user to enter an equation and the algorithm evaluates to a value. ( an equation has NOT double equal) REQUEST HPPRIME TEAM => I think the solution is that the EVAL command will return 1/0 in the case of # = # eval(#=#) => 1/0 Thanks 

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How to evaluate (V / F) an expression of the form # = #  compsystems  10282014, 02:13 AM
RE: How to evaluate (V / F) an expression of the form # = #  Gilles  10312014, 11:07 AM
RE: How to evaluate (V / F) an expression of the form # = #  compsystems  10312014 11:34 AM
RE: How to evaluate (V / F) an expression of the form # = #  DrD  10312014, 01:49 PM
RE: How to evaluate (V / F) an expression of the form # = #  Mark Hardman  10312014, 05:16 PM
RE: How to evaluate (V / F) an expression of the form # = #  DrD  10312014, 06:27 PM

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