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It had to be either that, or a sentinel. So, the following expression => RPN would be correct?

P:\test>423305 "max( a, b, c, d ) * atan( pi*4, -1 )" a, b, c, d, 4, max, pi, 4, *, -1, 2, atan, *

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#! perl -slw use strict; use List::Util qw[ reduce ]; $a=$b; our $XLATE ||= 0; sub nestedOk{ index( $_[ 0 ], '(' ) <= index( $_[ 0 ], ')' ) and 0 == reduce{ $a + ( $b eq '(' ) - ( $b eq ')' ) } 0, split'[^()]*', $_[ 0 ] } my $re_var = qr[ [a-zA-Z]\w* ]x; my $re_subex = qr[ \{\d+\} ]x; my $re_func = qr[ $re_var $re_subex ]x; my $re_num = qr[ -? \d+ (?: \. \d+ )? (?: [Ee] [+-]? \d+ )? ]x; my $re_term = qr[ $re_func | $re_subex | $re_var | $re_num ]x; my $re_op = qr[[,%+*/^-]]; my %ops = ( qw[ % MOD + ADD * MULT / DIV ^ POW - SUBT ] ); sub exp2rpn { my( $exp, $aStack, $aBits ) = @_; die "Unbalanced parens: '$exp'" unless nestedOk $exp; my $varargs = 0; { my( $left, $op, $right, $rest ) = $exp =~ m[ ^ ( $re_term )? ( $re_op )? ( $re_term ) ( .* ) $ ]x or die "malformed (sub)expression '$exp'"; $varargs++ if $op eq ','; for ( $left, $right ) { next unless $_; if( my( $func, $subex ) = m[^ ( $re_var )? \{ ( \d+ ) \} $ +]x ) { exp2rpn( $aBits->[ $subex ], $aStack, $aBits ); push @$aStack, $func if $func } else{ push( @$aStack, $_ ); } } push @$aStack, ++$varargs if $op eq ',' and not $rest; push @$aStack, $XLATE ? $ops{ $op } : $op if $op and $op ne ','; $exp = $rest, redo if $rest; } return $aStack; } sub parseExp { local $_ = $_[ 0 ]; s[\s+][]g; my( $bit, @bits ) = 0; s[\( ( [^()]+ ) \)]{ push @bits, $1; "{${ \( $bit++ ) }}"; }ex while m[[()]]; my $toplvl = $_; return @{ exp2rpn $toplvl, [], \@bits }; } die "No expression given\n" unless @ARGV; print join', ', parseExp $ARGV[ 0 ]; __END__

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In reply to Re^3: Generic RPN Translator available? by BrowserUk
in thread Generic RPN Translator available? by saintmike

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