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You are missing a bracket:

-0.137 + (0.00479 / (W/0.9)) + (2.5593 * (W/0.9 ) ,0.045,0 -0.137 + (0.00479 / (W/0.9)) + (2.5593 * (W/0.9 ) <---- HERE ,0.045,0

I still dont understand how this works - but it does!

Update: Including testing code that ( I am not sure how ) works!

use strict ; use warnings ; sub EvalPolynominal{ #first parameter gives the polynominal string #second parameter gives the min-des width #third parameter gives the short-line length my $polynominal=shift; my $curWidth=shift; my $curLength=shift; $polynominal =~ s/W/$curWidth/g ;#replace W with current value of ++min width $polynominal =~ s/L/$curLength/g ;#replace L with current value of ++ min Length my $result ; eval( $result = $polynominal ) ; # print "$result\n"; -- PRINTS THE STRING return eval ($polynominal); # Returns '0.086765' - WHY? } my $one = EvalPolynominal( '-0.137 + (0.00479 / (W/0.9)) + (2.5593 * ( +W/0.9 ))' ,0.045,0 ); print "$one\n";

In reply to Re^3: Regarding the polynomial evaluation. Stuck at one part. please helpppp!! by tmharish
in thread Calculating polynomials and pushing them into an array. Stuck at one part. please helpppp!! by freekngeek

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