Math Expression Generator is an application which generates math expressions taking into considerations supplied parameters. It uses custom defined parameters, base elements and operations which you can freely define to generate the mathematical expression.
The parameters can be like PARAM_X, PARAM_Y, PARAM_ANYTHING, PARAM_SOMETHING, PARAM_etc. In the end result the application will know to generate X for PARAM_X, Y for PARAM_Y, ANYTHING for PARAM_ANYTHING, SOMETHING for PARAM_SOMETHING, etc for PARAM_etc.
The base element is a custom defined string of characters (like sin(PARAM_X), cos(PARAM_Y), myfunction(PARAM_X), func()) which can or cannot have none, one or more parameters attached to it. It is your choice if you want to attach a parameter (or more parameters) to a base element or not.
The application generates results using the base elements supplied and if a base element has parameters it will remove the "PARAM_" part from that parameter(s) and leave only the end part. The operations are custom defined strings of characters which unite the base elements when the result is generated. The default operations are +, -, /, * but you can define anything as the operation even words.
Here is what you can do with Math Expression Generator:
generate math expressions from supplied parameters and operations to be applied between each element
you can define parameters under the form of "PARAM_X" or "PARAM_something". When a parameter is added as "PARAM_X", the application knows that the output will be X and when you add "PARAM_something" the output will be "something".
you can define the operations which are applied between elements. The default ones are: +, -, *, / but anything can be added even words.
in order to generate an expression like X + Y + cos(X) + sin(Y) you need to define two parameters: PARAM_X and PARAM_Y and four base elements like PARAM_X, PARAM_Y, cos(PARAM_X), sin(PARAM_Y).
Math Expression Generator runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8/8.1, 10 and 11 - both 32 and 64 bits