Infix to Prefix Conversion in Java
Infix to Prefix Conversion:-
In this page we will learn the infix to prefix conversion in Java .
Suppose there are two operands A and B and an operator (op) , the infix conversion implies that op will be placed in between a and b i.e a op b. When the operator is placed after both operands i.e ab op , it is called postfix notation. And when the operator is placed before the operands i.e op ab , the expression in prefix notation.
let us see how to do this in java :-
Reverse the given infix expression.
Do Infix to postfix conversion and get the result.
Reverse the result to get the final expression. (prefix expression) .
Java code :
Infix Expression: A+B*(C^D-E) Prefix Expression: +A*B-^CDE