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We as humans write math expression in infix notation, e. g. 5 + 2 (the operators are written in-between the operands). in computer’s language, however, it is preferred to have the operators on the right side of the operands, i. e. 5 2 +. for more complex expressions that include parenthesis and multiple operators, a compiler has to convert the expression into postfix first and then evaluate the resulting postfix. write a program that takes an “infix” expression as input, uses stacks to convert it into postfix expression, and finally evaluates it. it must support the following operations: + - / * ^ % (

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