Today I was learning to convert post-fix expressions to in-fix expressions and vice versa. What I want to know is whether a post-fix expression can have more than one infix representations.
For example, if I consider the following in-fix expression:
I get these post-fix expressions:
I didn't use the stack table method for solving these. I did these conceptually and both these expressions evaluate to
post-fix expression. I even verified my result with this site and both the post-fix expressions evaluate to: