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#1 2007-03-08 11:53:00

Sekky
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Evaluating Postfix Notation Primer

http://www.stylebucket.co.uk/primers/Po … tation.pdf

I kinda like this algorithm, and sometime we can get so weighed down in heavy math we forget some of the more semantic ideas, anyway tell me what you think.

 

#2 2007-03-08 19:12:52

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Re: Evaluating Postfix Notation Primer

try your hardest and never give up!

Last edited by lightning (2007-03-08 19:13:05)


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#3 2007-03-09 11:23:57

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Re: Evaluating Postfix Notation Primer

Creation of a postfix parser is an interesting task for those who are interested in Compilers & Language Processing wink

 

#4 2007-03-09 12:53:02

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Re: Evaluating Postfix Notation Primer

kylekatarn wrote:

Creation of a postfix parser is an interesting task for those who are interested in Compilers & Language Processing wink

So is an infix to postfix converter for the same interest. I might write a primer for the shunting yard algorithm sometime over the weekend

 

#5 2007-03-09 19:22:08

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Re: Evaluating Postfix Notation Primer

ok uh whats a postfix?


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#6 2007-03-09 22:39:57

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Re: Evaluating Postfix Notation Primer

lightning wrote:

ok uh whats a postfix?

I'm only going to humour you once.

In case you hadn't noticed, I wrote a primer on it

 

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