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An arithmetic expression involving the binary operators addition(+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*), and division (/) can be represented by...

An arithmetic expression involving the binary operators addition(+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*), and division (/) can be represented by using a binary expression tree. In a binary expression tree, each operator has two children, which are either operands or subexpressions. Leaf nodes contain an operand; nonleaf nodes contain a binary operartor. The left and right subtrees of an operator describe a subexpression that is evaluated and used as one of the operands for the operator.


Write a program that inputs an infix expression and creates an expression tree. Output prefix expression and postfix expression, and display the tree.

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An arithmetic expression involving the binary operators addition(+), subtraction (-),
multiplication (*), and division (/) can be represented by using a binary expression tree. In a
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