actually in infix or prefix expressions how does operators have high precdence than the other. for example + has high precedence than *.do they compare with ascii value of operator

actually i reffered a lot of websites for infix,prefix,postfix i dont get a idea at all.each website says different explanations please some one give clear explanation about this

Infix, prefix and postfix are merely notations. For example

1 + 2 : Infix, The '+' operator is written between the operands it applies to.
1 2 + : Postfix (Reverse Polish Notation), the '+' operator follows it's two operands.
+ 1 2 : Prefix (Polish Notation), the '+' operator preceeds it's operands.

Precedence rules ("order of operation") have nothing to do with ASCII values, as mentioned. These are just rules made to clarify unambiguously which procedures should be performed first in a given mathematical expression.

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Hi. so this is actually a continuation from another question of mineHere but i was advised to start a new thread as the original question was already answered.

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