Each time an expression is parsed nerdamer stores the result. Use this method to get back stored expressions.
|bool x||Pass in true to get expression as numbered object with 1 as starting index|
|String y||Pass in the string "LaTeX" to get the expression to LaTeX, otherwise expressions come back as strings|
var x = nerdamer('x^2+1') var y = nerdamer('sin(x)*cos(x)'); var expressions = nerdamer.expressions(); console.log(expressions); expressions = nerdamer.expressions(true, 'LaTeX'); console.log(expressions);