When needed, some common physical constants can also be selected and pasted in the script from a window accessed through its Tools menu.
Although somewhat limited, the parser can deal with a sequence of expressions like x(t),y(t), z(t), r(x, y, z), f(r) and then perform calculations involving f(t), without the need for the user to explicitly express f as a function of t.
What AREval is not
AREval is limited to numerical evaluations and cannot
perform symbolic calculations.
AREval will not work on a system configured for the decimal comma. This is because, in AREval, the comma is already used for separating the arguments of functions.
AREval is fully functional (not crippleware) and there is no
time limit on its functionality.
It is free unless you make some money with it. If this is the case, it is only fair that I get part of it and you need to contact me (at firstname.lastname@example.org), so that we can come to an arrangement.
AREval cannot be sold (alone or bundled in a package)
without my written permission.
The AREval package contains the following files:
You can download the package AREval.zip (572 kB according to MS Windows).
If you have an old version of AREval and you want to know what is new in this one, you can have a look at the History.txt file before downloading the whole package.