It is difficult to understand the language of algebraic expression when the words themselves are incomprehensible.
In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to translate a simple equation, and how to make the equation appear to be algebraic.
We will use the Python library pyflakes to translate the equation:import pyflake class AlgebraicEQ(pyflakes.
AlgebraicEncode): “””An AlgebraIC equation.””” def __init__(self,algorithm,value): self.algorithm = algorithm self.value = value def decode(self): return self.result def main(): “””Main program, showing the basic steps of translating an algebraic equation””” result = PyFlakes.
Decode(AlgebraICEncode(Algorithm)) return resultclass AlgebraicalEQExample(pyFlakes): def __new__(data): return new_data() def main(self), args = [(0, 1), [1, 2], [3, 4]] # This is the output: # # 0x1A5F5BF = 3.14159265-0.00000001 # 0xb0C5B3E = 2.7182818-0