This was a great idea for a game of Golf. Recent outings have been too much like mini CS projects. Sorry Masem
This uses your methodology. There are 69 chars in the body of the program. It passes -w
. It also handle negative numbers:
perl -le'/^\D$/?($_.=pop@_)&&push@_,eval pop(@_).$_:push@_,$_ for@ARGV
I recently spent two months of my spare time implementing a type of RPN parser using Parse::RecDescent. Obviously I was taking the wrong approach. :-)
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