On my website, http://mathosproject.com/, in "Simple expression parser" section of the slide, I have a list as one below:
By using this simple to use expression parser, you can create robust application that allow any kind of customization, for example: <ul> <li>Add conditional statements.</li> <li>Customize operators. Add/edit existing operators, change behaviour of operators.</li> <li>Programatically add variables before and on the run time.</li> <li>Custom own functions with almost unlimited amount of arguments.</li> <li>Using trig functions: sine, cosine, tangents, and also: arc sine, arc cosine, arc tangent.</li> <li>Supports almost all of the functions available in System.Math, such as: pow, round, sqrt, rem, abs, and more!</li> <li>Culture independent. No matter on what machine the library is being used - the same configurations for everyone.</li> <li>Decimal operations.</li> <li>And much more!</li> </ul>
When I look at the code, it appears that the "ul,li" tags are present, but for some reason, they do not show up.