Avatar
The Tumblog of one Jim Dovey, iOS Software Chief Architect at Kobo in Toronto, Ontario.
He Twitters, he has an , and can occasionally be found on LinkedIn or Facebook.
If you have a query, you can ask it here.

This blog contains personal opinions, and is not endorsed by any company.

You can buy Jim's book, Beginning Objective-C, either directly from Apress as an eBook or in print from Amazon:

Fun with Objective-C: Parsing Mathematical Expressions 

funwithobjc:

A while ago, I was looking for a library to parse NSString objects as mathematical expressions. I wanted to be able to take a string like @"2+3*4" and get back 14. I found two easy ways to do this: GCMathParser and NSPredicate (of course!).

GCMathParser is a library by Graham Cox for…

There’s so much awesome in this post that I think I just peed myself.

40 notesShowHide

  1. serkanerkan reblogged this from funwithobjc
  2. kaycee-fisher reblogged this from funwithobjc
  3. cami-keller reblogged this from funwithobjc
  4. anjerodesu reblogged this from funwithobjc
  5. do-nothing reblogged this from funwithobjc
  6. quatermain reblogged this from funwithobjc and added:
    There’s so much awesome in this post that I think I just peed myself.
  7. funwithobjc posted this