Tuesday, March 26, 2013

OOP in the Real World - Creating an Equation Editor

An equation or formula editor is a computer software that helps us typeset mathematical content. In this article I will try to provide the readers with a real world application of Object Oriented design and programming techniques as we build our little equation editor. So this article is a kind of double treat! The equation editor we are going to build is a simplified version of a more sophisticated equation editor I have been working on for the past some time. The big brother is named Math Editor, so let's call the current version Math Editor Mini. The language used is C# and we are going to use WPF as our GUI framework. However, the techniques provided are NOT dependent on the programming language or the GUI platform and can be applied in any other OO language like Java. Before I go any further, I would like to express my gratitude to the STIX Fonts Project. Without the great work done by the nice people working on that font, it would not be possible for me to create this free product.

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