I'm not particularly up to speed with Jep.Net but it does follow the
more recent Jep version 3 branch but is a couple of minor revisions
behind, so probably 3.0 rather than 3.4. So you should get the
majority of function of the java version. If there are particular
things you need we could probably provide those.
As to the limits of accuracy, the Jep behaviour is exactly the same as
using the double primitive data type. This holds in both Java and C#.
For scientific and engineering applications this is the most
appropriate data-type to use. Appropriate formatting, using printf or
similar will display the numbers correctly. For financial calculations
you will probably want the BigDecimal type, most of the limits of this
type (such as not being able to use the sin function) don't affect
financial calculations. I'm not 100% sure how BigDecimal is
implemented in the C# version, I suspect it might use the C# decimal
Hope thats of help
On Dec 22, 3:34 pm, Boul <jf.b...@gmail.com> wrote: