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Simplexety 6 is established with a comfortable Formula Editor.
Now, edit the formula quickly and easily expressed in your Simplexety editor.
Simplexety is a sophisticated evaluation and calculation program.
It supports direct access to the Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Engine (VBScript).
The program supports e.g. symbolic derivation and a lot of other numerical functions.
Date & Time Parser
The new advanced Date & Time Parser is very simple to use. It does a lot of calculations and brings up many time related information.
The parser interprets editors code like:
Result = Startdatetime + 40 hours + 12 min + 1 year
in the form:
Result = C<[21.04.2004 | 16:19:18] + h + m + Y
Result = 23.04.2005 08:31:18
or as span:
Result = 366.925 days or 366d 22h 12m
or as Julian Date: Result = 2453483.85
C< stands for Start Clock, D< for Start Date and T< for Start Time
Result = Startdate - Enddate
Result = C<[21.04.2004 | 16:19:18] - C>[20.03.2003 | 06:19:15]
Result = +398d 10h 0m 3s
C> stands for End Clock, D> for End Date and T> for End Time
The syntax was introduced in the early days of development and simplifies the parser's error input check. The output is in the normal form like +366d 22h 12m 0s (day, hour, minute and sec.) or 21.04.2004 16:19:18 or 04/21/2004.
Enter the function into the Expression Line, using x as the function argument and put in the x- and y-limits for the graph range. Then click on [Graph] in the Panel for displaying the graph.
Basic Script is a scripting language that is upwardly compatible with
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). VBA currently ships with Microsoft
Office and Visual Basic. Microsoft Internet Explorer includes a COM server that implements a VBScript engine. Unlike VBA, we have add VBScript to
Simplexety together with a comfortable VC++ like
You can have direct access to the Simplexety VC++ functions from this VBScript engine. Tis happens with OLE Automation methods.
For a complete description of VBScript, we suggest the MSDN article about the Visual Basic Script. In addition, Microsoft has a wealth of information about VBScript at different URLs.
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