Data type conversion in Postfix evaluation

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Data type conversion in Postfix evaluation
Tag : c , By : Ir0nh1de
Date : November 23 2020, 01:01 AM

I think the issue was by ths following ,
Why do we pass exp[i]- '0' in the push if exp[i] is a digit but don't do the same in case of operator

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Postfix Evaluation in C

Tag : c , By : Allen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? If i try to run your program with 2 + 3, I'm gonna get underflow.
The 2 is going to get pushed onto your stack:
    push((eval-'0'), &infix_stack);
opr2 = pop(&infix_stack);
opr1 = pop(&infix_stack);

Does type conversion happen if assigning a number to a long type without postfix "L"

Tag : cpp , By : lamberms
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Yes, it involves conversion. But with a literal like this, the conversion will normally happen at compile time, so appending the L won't make any real difference unless you find the code more readable with the L there (I normally don't).
There are a few cases where you can append a suffix to get a result that's actually different from what you'd get without the suffix, but the ones you've shown don't fall into this category.

Postfix evaluation 3

Tag : java , By : Ben Brown
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you i have worked for this question couple of days and im at the end. Code works well for the input numbers between 0 and 9. but when input is more than 9 for example 28 72 * 13 + 20 67 * + it doesn't print correct answer. I don't know what to implement in order to code work. I cant change main function. I can change only inside of static int evaluatePostfix(char [] izraz, int n) , Instead of Character, try String like below:
Replace this code:
    ArrayStack<Character> e = new ArrayStack(n);
    char ch=0,res=0,a,b;
    int op1,op2,result=0,c=0;
    int z;
    for(int i=0; i<n; i++)



        if(izraz[i]=='+' || izraz[i]=='-' || izraz[i]=='/' || izraz[i]=='*')

           op1 =e.pop()-'0';
            //System.out.print(op1+" ");

           op2 =e.pop()-'0';
    ArrayStack<String> e = new ArrayStack<String>(n);
    char ch=0;
    int op1,op2,result=0;
    for(int i=0; i<n; i++)
         final StringBuilder number= new StringBuilder();

         while (izraz[i] != ' ') {


        if(izraz[i]=='+' || izraz[i]=='-' || izraz[i]=='/' || izraz[i]=='*')

           op1 =Integer.parseInt(e.pop());
            //System.out.print(op1+" ");

           op2 =Integer.parseInt(e.pop());

I'd like to see one example where the conversion-type-id is looked up in the context of the entire postfix-expression

Tag : cpp , By : tommy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem In [basic.lookup.classref]/7 (C++14) we have (emphasis is mine): , Something like this:
struct C {
    operator int() { return 42; }

typedef int X;

int main() {
  C c;
  c.operator X();  // calls c.operator int();

SQL Server - date time conversion error - The conversion of a varchar data type to a datetime data type resulted in an o

Tag : sql , By : adbanginwar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue That isn't the style 101, it's the style 100 (101 is MM/dd/yyyy). You also have a leading ' ' that you should to remove:
SELECT CONVERT(datetime,STUFF(' September 2, 2019 14:29:46',1,1,''),100);
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