"Kenneth Stephen" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:<Y8VNa.firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> I am working with an expression of the form "ab*" - which is really
> "a.b*" where '.' is the concatenation operator. The '.' operator is an infix
> operator and the '*' operator (the regex '*' meaning 0 or more repetitions
> of the previous expression) is a postfix type operator. The standard infix
> to postfix conversion algorithm doesnt appear to work in this case. Any
> ideas on how such expressions can be converted to postfix?
what is the postfix notation in this case [a.b*]?
Is it ab*. ??? or is it anything else?