As with most computer languages, here we are going to look at math expressions using what is called operator the between.
For example, if we want to add operands2 and 3, then we state:
2 + 3
Note that the , is place between the addition sign, the numbers operands2 and 3.
This is common infix notation.
There is also .
The language first works this way.
Adding Lisp2 and 3 looks like this:
+ 2 3
uses it.
Postfix looks like this:
FORTH2 3 +
Again, we are doing infix notation at EZ Programing Demos. |

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