Reverse Polish Notation



Reverse Polish Notation

A notation for arithmetic operations on numbers, where each operator follows its operands. For example, 7+5 is expressed as 7 5 and 1+(2x3) is expressed as 2 3 x 1 +. The order of evaluation is uniquely defined, and such expressions are readily evaluated on a pushdown stack.

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The Age Intelligent Machines, Chapter Six: Electronic Roots By Ray Kurzweil