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An infix to Postfix converter

Posted on 1999-07-31
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Last Modified: 2008-03-10
our specific interest will be in conversion from infix to postfix notation or reverse polish notation.Thus we shall be starting with an infix expression which is valid or not(in accordance with a set of precisely defines rules) and the outcome will be an equivalent postfix expression or a signal
noting that the expression is not valid. It is necessary, then to state the rules explicitly.
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the answer that proposed by shlomoy was would be very appreciated if the source code was in C language and using stack .

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