using Mathenize
x =calculate("sqrt(complex(-90)) + 10im", true)

Output:

┌ Info: -> sqrt(complex(-90)) + 10im <-
│ └Tasks: 3
│ └Any[:+, :(sqrt(complex(-90))), :(10im)]
│ └ Performing subtasks:
│ └ sqrt is a valid symbol | Belongs to: sqrt(complex(-90)) | Length: 1 - 2
│ └ complex is a valid Expression found in sym
│ └ complex(-90) is permitted | Belongs to: sqrt(complex(-90)) | Length: 2 - 2
│ └ * is a valid symbol | Belongs to: 10im | Length: 1 - 3
│ └ 10 is a valid number | Belongs to: 10im | Length: 2 - 3
│ └ im is a valid symbol | Belongs to: 10im | Length: 3 - 3
│ └ Subtasks done.
│ └ Checking if :Expr can be performed.
│
│ sqrt(complex(-90)) + 10im
└ └ :Expr parsed correctly.
0.0 + 19.486832980505138im

Difference between parsing with Core.eval(Base.Math, :Expr) and Mathenize

Using Mathenize, the following input will result in:

x =calculate("for i in 1:10; print(i); end;")

ERROR: Error in Mathenize syntax. Check the log using calculate(math::String, true)
└ ->for i = 1:10
#= none:1 =#
print(i)
end is not recognized as a valid math operation.
└ The input given is a Expr that contains Any[:(i = 1:10), quote
#= none:1 =#
print(i)
end]

Using Core.eval(Base.Math, :Expr)

Core.eval(Base.Math, Meta.parse("for i in 1:10; print(i); end;"))
>12345678910

Author

This package was written by Luis C. Gómez.

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