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FarPoint.CalcEngine Assembly / FarPoint.CalcEngine Namespace
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    Provides the base classes and structures for the functionality for calculations, formulas, functions, operators, and expressions.
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     ClassDescription
    ClassRepresents an expression with an array of constant values as the expression.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a binary operator applied to a pair of operands as the expression.
    ClassRepresents the abstract base class for defining binary operators. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents an expression type with a boolean constant value as the expression.
    ClassRepresents an array of constants during the evaluation of a formula. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents the converting of a value to a specified data type. This is a %[LangWord]static class% and so cannot be inherited or instantiated.
    ClassRepresents calculation errors.
    ClassRepresents a missing argument during the evaluation of a formula.
    ClassRepresents a cell or range reference during the evaluation of a formula. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a cell reference as the expression.
    ClassRepresents the abstract class from which all constant value expression types derive. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a double constant value as the expression.
    ClassRepresents an expression with an error constant value as the expression.
    ClassRepresents the abstract class from which all expression types derive. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents an expression with an external cell reference as the expression.
    ClassRepresents an expression with an external named variable as the expression.
    ClassRepresents an expression with an external range reference as the expression.
    ClassRepresents the abstract class from which all external reference expression types derive. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a function applied to a list of parameters as the expression.
    ClassRepresents an abstract base class for defining functions. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents the intersect operator.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a missing argument constant value as the expression.
    ClassRepresents an expression with the two values as the reference expression.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a named variable as the expression.
    ClassRepresents the abstract base class for defining operators. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents an expression type for parentheses surrounding a specified expression.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a range reference as the expression.
    ClassRepresents the abstract class from which all reference expression types derive. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a table reference as the expression.
    ClassRepresents an expression with a unary operator applied to a single operand as the expression.
    ClassRepresents the abstract base class for defining unary operators. This class is abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic) and so cannot be instantiated.
    Remarks

    For more information about how to use formulas to perform calculations, refer to the .

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